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.
FPL To Refund $27.7 Million To CustomersFlorida Power & Light has reached an agreement to refund $27.7 million to customers, in part because of an “over-recovery” of costs following Hurricane Matthew in 2016.
FPL Command Center Testing Training With Major Storm DrillIt looks like a major storm is moving through the area inside the Florida Power and Light Command Center.
Save Money When Decorating And Giving This Holiday SeasonBefore you deck the halls this year, consider how your decorations may impact your energy use and your bill.
Flooding Could Worsen Irma Traffic WoesEvacuees - already struggling to return home after Hurricane Irma - have been asked to considered alternative routes due to concerns over flash flooding that could closed parts of major roads.
25 Years Ago: Hurricane Andrew Roared Through Miami-Dade CountyTwenty-five years ago, Hurricane Andrew roared through Miami-Dade County, cutting a path of devastation unlike any other storm that could be remembered.
FPL Seeks Key Approval For New Dania Beach PlantFlorida Power & Light has started the process of seeking key approval from the state as it moves forward with a plan to build a natural-gas power plant in Dania Beach.
Stay Safe: How To Prepare For Florida’s Hurricane SeasonMake sure you, your family and your business has a plan to put into action when storm warnings and watches are posted.
FPL Moves Forward On New Broward PlantFlorida Power & Light is seeking regulatory approvals for an estimated $888 million project to build a power plant in Broward County.
FPL Customers To Pay Hurricane CostsFlorida Power & Light is once again facing scrutiny.
FPL Nuclear Case Focuses On Underground LinesA potential fight at the state Supreme Court about Florida Power & Light's proposal to build two nuclear reactors in Miami-Dade County focuses on whether the utility could be required to bury dozens of miles of transmission lines underground, according to an initial brief.
State Regulators Approve Substantial FPL Rate HikeYour power bill is going up next year. On Tuesday the Florida Public Service Commission approved a substantial rate hike for Florida Power & Light.