Tropical Storm Isaias Leaves Plenty Of Residents Across South Florida Without PowerIsaias might not have had as strong of an impact as expected, but it still left plenty without power.
FPL: Significant Number Of Customers On State's East Coast Could Lose PowerAs Hurricane Isaias edges closer to Florida's east coast, Florida Power and Light has prepositioned personnel up and down the state to begin power restoration once it is safe.
Regulators Reject Effort Aimed At Forcing FPL To Reduce Basic Electric RatesIn an issue that stems from federal tax cuts approved in 2017, state regulators on Tuesday rejected an effort aimed at forcing Florida Power & Light to reduce base electric rates.
FPL Storm Tips: Keep Your Family and Home Safe During Hurricane SeasonFPL urges Floridians to be prepared and be aware of potential safety hazards at all times, especially before, during and after severe weather.
Court Backs FPL In Hollywood Nursing Home Deaths CaseA state appeals court Wednesday rejected a lawsuit that alleged negligence by Florida Power & Light when residents of a Broward County nursing home were stuck in sweltering conditions after Hurricane Irma in 2017.
Most FPL Customers To See One-Time Decrease In Electric BillsOn Tuesday, the Florida Public Service Commission unanimously approved Florida Power & Light's plan to lower bills for its customers for the second time this year amid coronavirus pandemic.
FPL, Gulf Power Plan To MergeIn a move that would create a utility with customers from Miami to Pensacola, Florida Power & Light and Gulf Power plan to merge in 2022.
Florida Utilities Detail Hurricane Protection PlansMoving forward with a 2019 law that is expected to lead to more underground power lines, four major utilities have filed plans that call for billions of dollars in projects over the next decade to strengthen electric systems against hurricanes.
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.