Public Service Commission
Florida Power & Light customers can now contribute money to help the company pay for solar-energy projects, thanks to an approved program.
Florida Power and Light customers may soon be able to contribute money to help the company pay for solar-energy projects.
The competition is on for two spots in the Public Service Commission.
Florida Power & Light this month asked state regulators to approve a $113 million increase in base electric rates to pay the bulk of the costs for recent upgrades at the Turkey Point and St. Lucie nuclear-power plants.
Florida’s Supreme Court is being asked to overturn a rate increase approved last year for the state’s largest utility, Florida Power & Light.
Florida Power & Light should know by the end of the week if it will be granted a requested base rate increase.
Despite objections from a number of consumer advocates, the state approved Florida Power & Light and Progress Energy Florida’s requests for the amount they charge customers for future nuclear facilities in 2013.
A proposed Florida Power & Light Co. rate settlement with a three groups of commercial customers is a bad deal for nearly everyone else, according to the state’s consumer advocate.
On Thursday, Florida utility regulators made their position clear: they want all the facts before deciding whether they will approve FPL’s proposed rate hike.
After a proposed settlement agreement touched off two days of high-stakes maneuvering, the state Public Service Commission will go ahead Monday with a hearing about whether Florida Power & Light should raise base electric rates.