Major FPL Solar Plan Gets State ApprovalPointing to issues such as expanding renewable energy, state regulators Tuesday approved a $1.8 billion plan by Florida Power & Light to add 20 solar-power plants by the middle of next year.
Appeals Court Upholds Part Of Verdict Against FPL In DeathAn appeals court Friday upheld a $12.5 million jury verdict in a Lee County teen’s electrocution death -- but overturned part of the decision that would have required Florida Power & Light to pay an additional $15 million in punitive damages.
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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.
FPL Says All Dorian Power Outages ResolvedFlorida Power & Light, the state’s largest electric utility, said Thursday power had been restored to all customers who sustained outages because of Hurricane Dorian.
FPL: We've Made Improvements Over The Years, Restoring Power Should Take Less TimeFlorida Power & Light employees are very busy these days.
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.
Florida Supreme Court Rejects Challenge To FPL Solar ProjectsThe state Supreme Court on Thursday rejected a business group’s challenge to a decision that allowed Florida Power & Light to recoup money from customers for a series of solar-energy projects.
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.
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.