Solar Energy Becoming Increasingly Popular In Florida As Homeowners Save Money On Power BillThe United States installed more solar energy than any other source of electricity in the first quarter of this year.
Top 5 Items You Should Have In Your Storm KitMother Nature can at times seem unpredictable, especially during hurricane season.
FPL Customers To Receive Hurricane Matthew Recovery RefundFlorida Power & Light customers will see a small, one-time credit in August that in part corrects an “over-recovery” cost for Hurricane Matthew, which whipped the east coast in 2016.
FPL Customers To See Slight Reduction In Monthly BillsFlorida Power & Light customers will see a pair of slight reductions in their monthly bills this summer due to the federal tax overhaul signed last year.
Large Crane Collapses On Homes In LauderhillThe sudden collapse took place around 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday.
FPL To Refund $27.7 Million To CustomersFlorida Power & Light has reached an agreement to refund $27.7 million to customers, in part because of an “over-recovery” of costs following Hurricane Matthew in 2016.
FPL Command Center Testing Training With Major Storm DrillIt looks like a major storm is moving through the area inside the Florida Power and Light Command Center.
FPL Customers Off The Hook For FPL's Hurricane Irma Recovery CostsFlorida Power & Light will be able to avoid billing customers for the $1.3 billion cost of restoring electricity after Hurricane Irma thanks to savings from the federal tax overhaul.
Regulators Consider FPL Request To Build New Broward Power PlantRegulators have begun hearing arguments about whether Florida Power & Light should be allowed to move forward with plans for a new power plant in Broward County, amid objections from a state consumer advocate and the Sierra Club.
Save Money When Decorating And Giving This Holiday SeasonBefore you deck the halls this year, consider how your decorations may impact your energy use and your bill.
FPL To Seek $1.3 Billion In Hurricane Irma Costs From CustomersFlorida Power & Light will seek to recoup an estimated $1.3 billion from customers to cover the costs of restoring electricity after Hurricane Irma barreled through the state last month, the utility said Thursday.
FPL Wants Customers To Pay $200M To Clean Up Groundwater ContaminationFPL wants customers to pay more than $200 million to clean up groundwater contamination from its Turkey Point nuclear plant.