Representing consumers in utility issues, the state’s Office of Public Counsel launched a challenge to the approval of costs that electric utilities would be able to recoup in 2023 from customers for storm-protection projects. The first step was taken in appealing to the Florida Supreme Court on a Dec. 12 order by the state Public Service Commission approving the costs.
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Under a proposed rule that was just unveiled by the state\’s agriculture commissioner, Florida utilities would gradually increase their electricity to 100% renewable by 2050. The rule was announced following pressure from young people represented by the nonprofit Our Children\’s Trust who filed a petition seeking the proposal. The rule is not final and could face several challenges. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
\’A Bad Idea\’: Opponents Say Deregulating Florida Electricity Providers Is Putting Consumers At Risk
Citizens for Energy Choices, activists who want energy choice on the 2020 Florida ballot, are warning that customers would see their electricity costs rise under deregulation. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
Utilities To Argue Florida\’s Energy Future Depends Almost Exclusively On Construction Of Power Plants
The state\’s big public utilities will be asking state regulators for permission to spend even less than they do currently on energy conservation. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE