FPL Holds Annual Storm Drill Ahead Of 2022 Hurricane SeasonAs hurricane season knocks on our door, Florida Power & Light is making sure they are ready to respond.
FPL Motivated By Texas Storm To Prepare For Extreme WeatherWhile extreme cold weather may be less common than hurricanes in the Sunshine State, the deadly Texas winter storm last year that left millions without power and exposed them to record-low temperatures has motivated FPL to seriously consider how prepared it would be in the face of a similar threat in its coverage area.
Florida Communities Object To FPL Rate IncreasesThe Santa Rosa County Commission has joined other Panhandle communities in asking state regulators to review Florida Power & Light’s rates.
Miami Proud: Miami-Dade Teacher Of The Year Unethia Fox Is Inspiring Educator, Role ModelUnethia Fox has been teaching special education math and coaching volleyball and basketball at the South Miami High School for nearly two decades, and her dedication to her students is remarkable as is her personal story, putting family first in the toughest of times.
Feds Rescind License Extension For FPL's Turkey Point Nuclear PlantThe U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission has reversed a 2019 decision by a previous, Republican-led commission to extend Florida Power & Light’s operating license for two reactors at the Turkey Point nuclear power plant for another 30 years.
Judge Backs FPL In South Florida Permit FightRejecting arguments about threats to Monroe County’s water supply and Biscayne Bay, an administrative law judge has ruled the state should renew a permit for a massive canal system at a Florida Power & Light plant in Miami-Dade County.
FPL Rate Hike Fight Goes To Florida's Supreme CourtA group that challenged a Florida Power & Light plan to raise base electric rates is taking the fight to the state Supreme Court.
FPL Bills To Go Up Due To Fuel CostsState regulators Tuesday approved allowing Florida Power & Light to collect an additional $810 million from customers in 2022 amid higher-than-expected costs for natural gas that plays a key role in fueling power plants.
Florida Public Service Commission: FPL Should Be Able To Collect Additional $810 Million From CustomersFlorida Power & Light should be able to collect an additional $810 million from customers next year because of higher-than-expected natural gas costs, staff members of the state Public Service Commission recommended Tuesday.
FPL Seeks Approval To Collect Additional $810 Million From CustomersFlorida Power & Light on Tuesday sought approval to collect an additional $810 million from customers in 2022 as high natural-gas prices continue to drive up costs for electric utilities.
Get Ready For Higher Electric Bills, Regulators Sign Off On FPL Rate IncreasesState utility regulators Tuesday approved a series of base-rate increases for Florida Power & Light that will result in higher monthly bills for customers in January.
Regulators Weigh FPL Rate HikeAttorneys for groups challenging a proposed settlement that Florida Power & Light reached with consumer and business representatives to raise base electric rates and add solar energy told state regulators Monday that the requested increase is more than the company needs as Floridians continue to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Regulators Eye Group Fighting FPL Rate HikeAs Florida Power & Light began pursuing an increase in base electric rates this year, a new group, Floridians Against Increased Rates, emerged to oppose the utility.
FPL Reaches Deal To Raise RatesFlorida Power & Light has reached an agreement with representatives of consumers and businesses on a four-year plan that would increase base electric rates and continue the utility’s push to add solar energy.
Regulators Get Input On FPL Rate Hike ProposalThe state Public Service Commission on Monday began a series of customer hearings about a four-year proposal that would lead to base-rate increases for Florida Power & Light.