Underground Power Lines Plan Moves ForwardState regulators moved forward Thursday with a new law aimed at building more underground power lines and making Florida’s electric system better able to withstand punishing hurricanes.
Underground Power Lines Plan Poised To Move ForwardState regulators next week will take up proposed rules that could help set the stage for an expansion of underground power lines in hurricane-weary Florida.
Hurricane Dorian Could Knock Out Power For Millions In FloridaLengthy and widespread power outages are in the forecast after Hurricane Dorian hits Florida.
Regulators To Hold Hearing On FPL Solar PlanAfter receiving a request from the state Office of Public Counsel, regulators will hold a full hearing in October on a major solar-energy proposal by Florida Power & Light.
Underground Power Lines Bill Goes To Governor DeSantisGov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday formally received a bill that could lead to an expansion of underground power lines in Florida, with supporters touting the measure as a way to help reduce electricity outages after hurricanes.
Utility Ballot Measure Sparks Battle In FloridaState leaders and powerful business groups are trying to kill a proposed constitutional amendment that would lead to major changes in the way Floridians get electricity.
Plan Could Spur More Underground Power LinesAfter hurricanes during the past three years knocked out electricity for millions of Floridians, lawmakers are moving forward with regulatory changes that could lead to more underground power lines.
FPL Proposes Program To Offer GeneratorsFlorida Power & Light has proposed a three-year pilot program in which it would offer to install and maintain backup power generators for customers.
FPL Customers To See Slight Reduction In Monthly BillsFlorida Power & Light customers will see a pair of slight reductions in their monthly bills this summer due to the federal tax overhaul signed last year.
Florida Sugar Lands To Get Wind TurbinesLand that used to supply satisfaction to America’s sweet tooth is soon to be addressing a different appetite- one for electric power, thanks to a $250 million wind project.