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.
Florida Power & Light Holds Annual Hurricane Response DrillFlorida Power & Light conducted its annual storm drill on Thursday, across the state, and with over 3,000 employees.
FPL Seeks Approval For Major Solar ProgramFlorida Power & Light is asking state regulators to approve a major new solar-energy program in which customers could voluntarily pay a charge each month and receive credits for savings produced by the program.
Hungry Raccoon Causes Power Outage In Central FloridaOfficials say a hungry raccoon caused a brief power for more than 3,000 customers in Central Florida.
Ballot Proposal Would Revamp Utility IndustryA political committee has spent nearly $400,000 in recent months and submitted 33,863 valid petition signatures as it tries to get a measure on the 2020 ballot that would revamp Florida’s electric utility industry.
Power Fully Restored To Panhandle Residents Hit By Hurricane MichaelUtilities are reporting that all power has been restored in the Florida counties devastated by Hurricane Michael.
Candles, Flashlights, No AC In Florida's Hurricane ZoneWhen it comes to enduring a hurricane, surviving the actual storm is only part of the battle.
Almost A Year After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico Says Power Finally Restored To IslandPower restoration to Puerto Rico has been completed, almost a year after Hurricane Maria, according to the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority.
Bill Would Allow Power Companies To Charge For Outside FrackingEnvironmental groups are criticizing a set of bills moving through the legislature that would allow power companies to charge customers for out of state fracking projects.
Missouri May Soon Have Solar Panels on RoadwaysThis past session Missouri lawmakers gave permission to launch the practice on a trial basis.
Wave Of The Future: Powering Up Without The CordBetween smartphones, tablets, laptops, wearable tech and more, we love our gadgets on the go but when it comes time to recharge, most of us are still tethered to a power supply. But a host of industry groups are working on new technology that will let us power up, without the cord.