Business Group Approves FPL Settlement On Costs Stemming From Hurricane IrmaA group that represents major commercial electricity users has signed on to a settlement agreement about Florida Power & Light’s costs to restore electricity after Hurricane Irma in 2017.
Regulators Asked To Reject FPL Nuclear RequestFlorida Power & Light received pushback Tuesday from South Florida officials and other critics as it requested $34.2 million from customers to continue planning a pair of nuclear reactors at its Turkey Point complex in Miami-Dade County.
FPL Drilling Investments Face Supreme Court FightA new plan that would allow Florida Power & Light to invest ratepayer money for natural-gas drilling projects may be facing a Supreme court fight.
FPL Power Plant Deal Gets Federal ApprovalFlorida Power & Light's proposed purchase of a power plant has been approved by a federal agency, as state regulators consider the $520.5 million deal.
FPL Gets 5 Years To Invest In Natural Gas ProductionFlorida utility regulators gave approval Thursday for the state's largest power company to further invest ratepayer money in natural-gas production.
FPL To Face Public Service Commission On Rate HikeAfter 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.
Hours After Late-Night Offer, FPL And Advocacy Groups Reach DealAn agreement was reached Thursday between FPL and key customer advocacy groups.
FPL Seeks Permission For New Port PlantLooking to the future, Florida Power & Light has asked Florida Public Service Commission for permission to build a new $1.2 billion power plant at Port Everglades to help meet electricity needs in South Florida and limit air pollution.