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Florida Supreme Court Questions State’s Approval Of Rate Hike For FPL

The Florida Supreme Court recently heard arguments in two challenges to the Florida Public Service Commission’s approval in late 2021 of the four-year settlement, which began increasing FPL customers’ rates last year. The Supreme Court typically takes months to issue rulings after hearing arguments.

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FPL To Seek $1.1 Billion In Hurricane Ian Costs

Utilities have traditionally been allowed to recover costs from customers after hurricanes, and a rate agreement approved last year by the Florida Public Service Commission contemplates FPL being able to make such a proposal. Depending on the timing, the restoration costs could add to electric bills that are already expected to increase next year for customers. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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FPL Gets To Charge Customers $130 Million To Clean Up Its Environmental Damage

Although FPL has known for decades that the plant\’s canals were leaking saltwater into the Biscayne Aquifer, Miami\’s largest source of drinking water, the company just won the right to charge customers to \”recover\” costs associated with cleaning up the plume. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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