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  • Legislators consider tightening PSC ethics rules

    Florida legislators Wednesday held the first in a series of hearings on proposals to tighten ethics rules for the Public Service Commission — including legislation to restrict communication between agency staffers and the utilities they regulate....
  • Regulators say conservation goals too low

    The Public Service Commission unanimously voted Tuesday to postpone setting Florida utilities' energy conservation goals, criticizing its own staff for not recommending more aggressive conservation standards. The PSC staff's recommendations "seem to...
  • FPL gets approval to pass costs to us

    Florida Power & Light customers will pay nearly $63 million next year to cover the cost of planning two nuclear plant expansions. That's 67 cents per month in nuclear costs for the first 1,000 kilowatt hours used, but it's $1.60 less per month for the...
  • Four cities' audits find FPL charged for street lights that don't exist

    Four cities' audits find FPL charged for street lights that don't exist
    Four South Florida cities that conducted independent audits of street lights run by Florida Power & Light scored $388,000 in credits - charges for hundreds of lights that don't exist. The cities - Tamarac, Miramar, Pompano Beach and most recently,...
  • Other Florida Attractions

    OTHER FLORIDA ATTRACTIONS BY REGION TREASURE COAST FPL ENERGY ENCOUNTER 6501 S. Ocean Drive, Jensen Beach, FL 34957 www.fpl.com/encounter 772-468-4111/877-FLP-4FUN JOHN F. KENNEDY SPACE CENTER Visitor Complex Kennedy Space Center, FL 32899 http://...
  • Jobless? Here's help

    Your first stop for any crisis or need: Call 2-1-1, the region's central resource for emergency assistance. Dial 211 by cell phone in either Broward or Palm Beach counties. On a land line, call 954-537-0211 in Broward and 561-383-1111 in Palm Beach...
  • FPL rates: Gov. Crist opposes utility's requested increase

    Gov. Charlie Crist said Wednesday that he does not support Florida Power & Light Co.'s request for a $1.3 billion base rate increase, when asked during an adoption-awareness event in Fort Lauderdale. "I would oppose that," Crist told a Sun Sentinel...
  • Social media gives public power to shape the news

    The power of social media became apparent to many this summer when the U.S. State Department asked Twitter to hold off on maintenance to its servers until after Iran's presidential election protests. Not only were the citizens of Iran using the medium to...
  • PSC member pushes utilities to reveal salaries

    If anyone knows how to get a message across loud and clear, it's Nancy Argenziano. She once famously sent a gift-wrapped package of cow manure to a lobbyist she was at odds with as a state legislator. Now, she is a member of the state Public Service...
  • PSC to vote on Florida's energy efficiency goals

    Residents of Ohio, Kentucky and other states receive utility rebates for using compact fluorescent light bulbs and other energy-saving measures - programs environmentalists say promote conservation and save customers money. But in Florida, utility...
  • Agency staff recommend smaller rate boost for FPL

    Agency staff recommend smaller rate boost for FPL
    Public Service Commission staffers recommended the regulatory agency approve a dramatically lower rate increase for Florida Power & Light on Wednesday – less than one-third of what the utiltiy has proposed. FPL customers would pay $357 million more...
  • Retired FPL lineman: The utility overpaid me

    Pompano Beach resident Joe Boudreau worked on Florida Power & Light power lines for 25 years -- the last 10 as a lead lineman -- so he knew he would be able to live comfortably on his pension. But even he was surprised when he retired in 2007 and...