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South Florida Sun-SentinelEver wonder how much electricity you are using at home in the morning as you make breakfast or get the kids ready for school? Or at night around dinner time? Now you can find out with a new online tool from Florida Power & Light. Just visit the FPL...
Tags: Florida Power & Light
Christmas arrived early at the 55 West condo tower downtown. It's the season of giving, and our charitable politicians just can't help themselves. Orlando city commissioners already promised more than $12 million worth of incentives to 55 West six years...
Tags: Executive Branch, Politics, Government, Rick Scott
Kenneth P. Ksionek, Orlando Utilities Commission general manager and chief executive officer since 2004, looks to balance slower growth with looming environmental regulations. He spoke with Sentinel staff writer Kevin Spear. CFB: Compare the size and key...
Progress Energy agreed this week to freeze customers' base rates for three years, just months after losing a battle to increase bills by a record amount. The decision by Central Florida's largest investor-owned electric provider signals the company's...
South Florida Sun-SentinelOne Public Service Commissioner and five agency employees exchanged phone calls or instant messages with employees and lobbyists of utilities they regulate. Some of those calls and messages between agency and utility staff members involved issues pending...
South Florida Sun SentinelA state utility regulator who resigned this month after his bosses learned he partied with a Florida Power & Light official exchanged dozens of phone calls with FPL executives over five months, according to state records. Ryder Rudd, a lobbyist for the...
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...
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...
South Florida Sun-SentinelFlorida 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...
Florida Power & Light Co. wants the right to charge its customers to build more solar power plants. Other companies just want the right to sell solar power. Both are voices likely to be heard in the renewable-energy debate shaping up for this year's...
South Florida Sun-SentinelGov. Charlie Crist this week will name two members to the state Public Service Commission, the board appointed to keep Florida's utilities affordable and dependable. It will be his last shot to appoint regulators who, as he puts it, represent the "best...
South Florida Sun-SentinelOfficials at the state's Public Service Commission, which sets your utility rates, may be back to a practice they were criticized for less than two years ago: Mingling with employees of the companies they regulate. Two commissioners spoke at length...
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