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  • 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 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......
  • What's better: South Florida in February or August?

     
    We're headed to the peak of tourist season -- Presidents' Day weekend -- and if all the crowds and traffic make you want to scream, then join the club. It's the best of times -- perfect weather, a million events......
  • 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......
  • Progress gets quizzed over nuclear-plant timelines

     
    By Jim Saunders, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Progress Energy Florida faced two key questions Tuesday as it asked regulators to approve passing along about $140 million in nuclear costs to customers: Will it ever build two reactors in...
  • Coping with Irene

     
    Hurricane Irene is really throwing her weight around and is apparently approaching??category 4 storm status, with winds of 131-155 mph. Expert Max Mayfield predicts she will be a major event no matter where she lands. In the spirit of her threat and hoped...
  • FPL headlines Florida Chamber event

     
    There’s no question who the headliner is at the Florida Chamber of Commerce’s annual meeting this week at Disney – Florida Power & Light. The Jun0 Beach-based utility is the event’s presenting sponsor and it seems to be getting its...
  • Cash for clunker AC systems details announced

    Cash for clunker AC systems details announced
    State officials, announcing long-awaited details of its latest "cash for clunker" program Friday, said Floridians could snare a $1,500 flat fee rebate for replacing their central air conditioning systems with more energy efficient units starting this...
  • 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...
  • Regulators to examine high FPL profits

    State regulators will discuss next week whether Florida Power & Light's profits may be higher than allowed, a determination that could lead to a refund for FPL customers. Regulators also will consider a plan to keep FPL's base rates flat through 2012....
  • Probe: FPL gave regulators old data

    Florida Power & Light employees didn't give state regulators the most up-to-date cost information on planned nuclear projects, during hearings over how much FPL customers should pay. That's the conclusion of a report from Concentric Energy Advisors, of...
  • FPL critic: FBI is looking into the utility

    FPL critic: FBI is looking into the utility
    Thomas Saporito, a former Florida Power & Light employee, has filed numerous complaints to federal and state agencies about the utility. The most recent complaint, about FPL submitting inaccurate information to state regulators, apparently caught the...