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Florida Utility Storm-Protection Costs Draw Challenge

Jan 03, 2023 No Comments by

Representing consumers in utility issues, the state’s Office of Public Counsel launched a challenge to the approval of costs that electric utilities would be able to recoup in 2023 from customers for storm-protection projects. The first step was taken in appealing to the Florida Supreme Court on a Dec. 12 order by the state Public Service Commission approving the costs. CLCIK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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Rising Power Costs Add Jolt To Holiday Season Electric Bills

Dec 06, 2022 No Comments by

It’s normally a time of cheer and family and celebration. But thanks to inflation, there’s a little less cheer depending on how much you jolt up your home for the holidays. And compared to last year, national kWh cost were up 13%, while prices in Florida were up 18%, thanks to increased power costs. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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FPL To Seek $1.1 Billion In Hurricane Ian Costs

Nov 08, 2022 No Comments

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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Miami’s First-Ever Carbon-Neutral Building Announced With Glass That Generates Electricity

Oct 04, 2022 No Comments

The Coral Gables mixed-use building, known as 93 Miracle Mile, will be built with electricity-generating photovoltaic glass. Other features will help to make it the first carbon-neutral building in Florida, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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