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FPL To Seek $1.1 Billion In Hurricane Ian Costs

Nov 08, 2022 No Comments by

Utilities have traditionally been allowed to recover costs from customers after hurricanes, and a rate agreement approved last year by the Florida Public Service Commission contemplates FPL being able to make such a proposal. Depending on the timing, the restoration costs could add to electric bills that are already expected to increase next year for customers. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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Your Rooftop Solar System Won’t Power Your Home During A Utility Outage. Here Are Your Options.

Sep 06, 2022 No Comments by

While solar systems can generate as much power as most homes consume on bright, sunny days, they cannot be relied upon to consistently produce the amounts needed. Clouds, rainstorms, and changing angles of the sun can all reduce a system’s generating capacity. And when the power goes out, so does the grid-connected rooftop solar system. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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Leaked: US Power Companies Secretly Spending Millions To Protect Profits And Fight Clean Energy

Aug 02, 2022 No Comments

One industry consulting firm has influenced politics across Florida, Alabama and at least six other states Hundreds of pages of internal documents – which are only coming to light now because Matrix’s founders are locked in an epic feud – detail the firm’s secret work to help power companies like FPL protect their profits and fight the transition to cleaner forms of energy. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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Hurricane Catastrophe Fund Reform Could Save Insurance Consumers $1 Billion A Year, Backers Say

Feb 01, 2022 No Comments

Reforms recently proposed in the state Legislature could save Florida consumers $750 million to $1 billion a year in insurance costs. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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