Coronavirus Update: Regulators Set To Decide On Utility Bill CutsThe Florida Public Service Commission has scheduled a special meeting April 28 to consider requests by four major utilities to cut customer bills in May or during the summer.
FPL Plans To Cut May Electricity Bill Amid CoronavirusBuoyed by lower-than-expected natural gas costs, Florida Power & Light plans to slash May electric bills as customers grapple with the novel coronavirus.
FPL Replacing Wooden Poles Ahead Of Upcoming Hurricane SeasonFlorida Power & Light is working to make its energy grid stronger, in preparation for the upcoming hurricane season.
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.
Major FPL Solar Plan Sparks ControversyState regulators are poised to decide whether to approve a controversial $1.8 billion proposal that would lead to Florida Power & Light adding 20 solar-power plants over two years.
FPL Launches Nation's First Floating Solar Array Near Miami International AirportThere is a new landmark greeting people who fly into Miami International Airport, which highlights South Florida’s commitment to innovation and clean energy.
Hurricane Irma Suit Against FPL To ContinueAn appeals court Wednesday declined to dismiss a lawsuit filed against Florida Power & Light by a former resident of a Broward County nursing home that was plunged into sweltering conditions after Hurricane Irma knocked out its air-conditioning system.
Florida Power & Light ‘Elves’ Deck Out Vietnam Veteran’s Home For The HolidaysFlorida Power & Light is making the holidays brighter for one Vietnam veteran and his family.
FPL Lineworkers Head To California To Help Restore Power After WildfiresMore than a hundred Florida Power & Light lineworkers and support staff are now helping out in California.
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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