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  • FPL plans to ask for rate increase

    FPL plans to ask for rate increase
    Florida Power & Light President Armando Olivera said Tuesday that the utility will ask state regulators to pass on to customers the costs of a new $900 million power generator in western Palm Beach County. In January, the Public Service Commission...
  • 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...
  • PSC staff: FPL's base rate hike should have been higher

    PSC staff: FPL's base rate hike should have been higher
    State regulators say that Florida Power & Light should have received $117 million instead of the $75 million base rate hike approved in January. The Public Service Commission rejected most of FPL's record $1.27 billion rate hike request. But FPL said...
  • 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...
  • Will PSC approve FPL rate hike?

    Will PSC approve FPL rate hike?
    State regulators are scheduled to cap 10 months of debate and hearings with a vote Wednesday on Florida Power & Light's proposal to boost customers' base rates by nearly $1.3 billion. The Florida Public Service Commission decision will come just days...
  • Regulators slash FPL's rate-hike request

    Regulators slash FPL's rate-hike request
    The Florida Public Service Commission approved a $75.5 million base-rate increase for Florida Power & Light Wednesday, all but rejecting the utility's request for a record hike of $1.27 billion. The approved increase is likely to add just pennies to a...
  • Florida utilities leave PSC empty-handed

    This week the Public Service Commission sent a clear message to Progress Energy and Florida Power & Light: For now, the state's largest investor-owned utilities are the ones in the dark. The PSC, which regulates the price of electricity and other...
  • FPL halts work on major projects in response to PSC rate-hike rejection

    FPL halts work on major projects in response to PSC rate-hike rejection
    Florida Power & Light has suspended work on an estimated $10 billion in projects -- including the controversial expansion of Turkey Point nuclear plant – after state regulators rejected the utility's proposed rate hike. The Public Service...
  • FPL customers will pay $1 more for base rates

    FPL customers will pay $1 more for base rates
    Florida Power & Light Co. customers will pay about $1 more on their monthly electric bills starting March 1 under new base rates approved by state regulators Friday. But the overall monthly bills will decline because of lower fuel costs and storm...
  • FPL Group launches investigation of complaints

    FPL's parent company has hired an independent investigator to look into allegations that some utility workers were asked to manipulate data and provide inaccurate information to regulators about the company's proposed rate hike. In a letter e-mailed to...
  • Laws aim to tighten PSC, utility ethics requirements

    Laws aim to tighten PSC, utility ethics requirements
    Sweeping measures aimed at restoring confidence in the state's utility regulation are gaining steam. A broad bill to strengthen ethics requirements is set to be debated early in the legislative session that starts March 2. The proposals would beef up...