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  • Nuclear crisis in Japan: The latest trust meltdown

     
    The Titanic was called unsinkable. It sank. Deep-sea oil drilling was supposed to be spill-proof. It wasn't. Nuclear power is supposed to be disaster-proof. It isn't. So much for believing the assertions of those who want us to feel risky......
  • FPL rates (and transformers) get frozen

     
    I could barely make out the headline in my Sun Sentinel on Wednesday, the one that read: "FPL deal keeps base rates steady for 2 years." That's because my kitchen lights were so dim, with the watts struggling to course......
  • PSC approves two-year FPL rate freeze

     
    By Keith Laing, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Electric rates for the state’s largest power company will remain the same for two years under an agreement between the company and several consumer groups that was unanimously approved...
  • FPL customers pay to keep manatees cozy — and alive

     
    The biggest gathering of Florida manatees ever observed survived a deadly cold snap last winter by huddling in warm water discharged from a power plant on the Indian River Lagoon in Brevard County, reports the Orlando Sentinel. The 1960s-era Florida...
  • FPL warms up for manatees

     
    Here's another story for manatee lovers. Colleague Kevin Spear tells us about Florida Power & Light Co.'s work to maintain the manatee haven in the waters around its demolished power plant at the Indian River near Cocoa and Cape Canaveral. FPL is...
  • FPL v. Skop hits appeals court

     
    By Keith Laing, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — The battle between the state’s largest power company and Florida Public Service Commissioner Nathan Skop has moved from the PSC to the courtroom after Florida Power & Light asked the Fi...
  • Cheers for FPL, boos for Rick Scott and Obama's food sin

     
    Friday quick hits: --What was President Obama thinking? No, I'm not talking about his handling of the Lower Manhattan mosque controversy. (I refuse to call it the Ground Zero mosque because it's not at Ground Zero, but more on that......
  • Eco-Tourism opportunities abound in St. Lucie County

     
    In this Sunday's Orlando Sentinel, you can read my first-hand experience on an Eco-Tour of the Everglades. The tour that I took, Southwest Florida EcoTours out of Naples, is only one of many, many opportunities to incorporate nature in your vacation...
  • Nancy Argenziano and Nathan Skop kicked off PSC

     
    Updated to include statement from Commissioner Nathan Skop: Former state Sen. Nancy Argenziano and Nathan Skop, two of the Public Service Commission's most vocal opponents of a push for big electric rate increases last year, had their applications for...
  • Will racial diversity on Florida Public Service Commission help FPL customers?

     
    I've said it before, but when it comes to the Florida Public Service Commission, which oversees utilities, I don't see black-and-white. I see green, as in how much money FPL gets from my pocket. Now that the latest two PSC......
  • So many outrages, it's no wonder people have taken to streets

     
    It seems every time I go to the mailbox, I find something that makes my blood boil. My bank, my phone company, my electric company ??? they're all sending me bad tidings. So the prospect of the cash-strapped U.S. Postal......
  • Crist’s PSC picks learn what happens when you mess with the bull

     
    By Julie Patel, Tallahassee Bureau The Florida Senate on Tuesday refused to confirm two of Gov. Charlie Crist's appointees to the Public Service Commission. The Senate voted against confirming commissioners David Klement of Bradenton and Benjamin “...