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.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Backs Underground Power Lines, Vetoes FeesGov. Ron DeSantis has signed a bill that could lead to more underground power lines in hurricane-vulnerable Florida and vetoed two measures that would have imposed health care-related fees.
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.
Regulators To Decide FPL Tax, Hurricane Irma CaseFlorida Power & Light should be able to use federal tax savings to cover the costs of restoring power after Hurricane Irma, despite objections from attorneys for consumers and business groups, according to a recommendation by staff members of the state Public Service Commission.
Severe Weather Brings Violent Wind, Leaves Thousands In Miami-Dade Without PowerParts of Miami have endured two straight days of intense wind, pounding rain and lightning.
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.
Florida Senate Passes Measure That Would Ease Post Storm Power OutagesThe state's Senate overwhelmingly passed a measure that could lead to more underground power lines which would reduce outages after a storm.
Florida Supreme Court Justices Back FPL Recouping Environmental Costs For Miami-Dade ProjectThe state Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously approved a regulatory decision that allowed Florida Power & Light to pass along costs to customers for an environmental clean-up project in Miami-Dade County.
Underground Power Lines Bill Gets SupportA proposal that could spur more underground power lines in Florida is now ready to go to the full House and Senate.
Plan Could Spur More Underground Power LinesAfter hurricanes during the past three years knocked out electricity for millions of Floridians, lawmakers are moving forward with regulatory changes that could lead to more underground power lines.
FPL Plans ‘Mega’ Facility To Store Solar-Generated EnergyFlorida Power & Light on Thursday announced plans to build a battery facility in Manatee County that will store solar-generated energy.
Power Restored After FPL Sub-Station Fire In Ft. LauderdalePower has been restored to more than 33,000 FPL customers who were left in the dark after a lightning strike sparked a fire at a sub-station.
Thousands Without Power In Broward After Lightning Strike Ignites Fire At FPL SubstationA massive fire at an FPL substation in Fort Lauderdale has left thousands in Broward County without power.
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.