How A Florida Power Project Flew Under The Regulatory Radar

Jun 07, 2022 No Comments by

The state’s biggest utility is building a 176-mile line that may be unsuitable or even unneeded. Its design minimized scrutiny. Critics see a pattern. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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FPL Wants To Raise Your Rates To Generate $2 Billion In New Revenue

Jan 25, 2021 No Comments by

Customers could be paying about 15% more for their electricity by 2025. The company says the rate increases will be necessary to help pay for more than $29 billion FPL is investing during the four-year period from 2019 through 2022. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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Florida Utility Regulators Prepare To Raise Energy Bills, Reduce Conservation Measures

Nov 26, 2019 No Comments

Two votes by the Florida Public Service Commission could have a significant impact on customer electricity bills: one to set rules for charging customers billions to bury power lines and another to wipe out energy conservation incentives that utilities say are unneeded. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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State Rejects FPL Bid To Charge Users $49 Million For Nuke Plant It May Never Build

Nov 06, 2017 No Comments

The 4-1 decision by the Florida PSC came after months of hearings in which FPL urged regulators to let them charge customers for costs of the postponed project to build two new nuclear reactors at their Turkey Point facility in south Miami-Dade County. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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