Regulators Approve FPL Pilot Program On Electric-Vehicle Charging, Plan To Help Small BusinessesState regulators Tuesday approved a Florida Power & Light pilot program aimed at adding electric-vehicle charging stations, while also signing off on an FPL plan that will offer help with electric bills to some small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tropical Storm Eta Leaves Thousands Without Power Across South FloridaThousands of South Floridians are in the dark due to power outages caused by Tropical Storm Eta.
Rainbands From Tropical Storm Eta Causing Power Outages In Miami-Dade, BrowardPower outages are being reported across South Florida as a result of Sunday’s nasty weather from Tropical Storm Eta.
FPL Expects Potential Widespread Power Outages Due To Tropical Storm EtaFlorida Power & Light announced Saturday that they expect the "potential for widespread outages" as a result of Tropical Storm Eta.
FPL Bills Going Up Slightly In JanuaryYour electricity bill will be going up slightly in January 2021.
FPL Proposes Pandemic Aid For Small BusinessesFlorida Power & Light has asked state regulators to approve a proposal that would offer bill credits to certain small businesses amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Florida Regulators Back FPL Plan To Speed Up RefundsFlorida's Public Service Commission has approved a plan by Florida Power & Light to speed up refunds of deposits for tens of thousands of customers.
Hundreds Left Without Power As Tropical Storm Sally Passes Through South FloridaTropical Storm Sally caused power outages for hundreds of Florida Power & Light customers in South Florida on Saturday.
Florida Power & Light Offers Aid As Disconnections LoomFlorida Power & Light said Friday it will offer aid to customers who are behind on their electric bills, as the company prepares to begin disconnections that have been put on hold during the coronavirus pandemic.
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.