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Gulf Power wants to wait a few more months before starting to collect money from customers to cover costs related to Hurricane Michael. The...

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The Kissimmee Utility Authority board of directors voted unanimously at its March 6 meeting to rename the utility’s administration building in...

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In the wake of tornadoes that hit Alabama, Georgia and Florida over the first weekend in March, public power utilities in the region rolled...

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State regulators Tuesday signed off on a plan by Tampa Electric Co. to increase customer bills in April because of higher-than-expected natural gas...

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This past weekend marked a time of honor and celebration for Florida public power communities and for lineworkers from across the Sunshine State. On...

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Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody is arguing that the Florida Supreme Court should block a proposed constitutional amendment that could revamp...

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FMEA’s Bill Comparison for January 2019 shows the average bills of public power utilities across Florida are $12.03 less than the average...

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The Tallahassee City Commission voted unanimously to adopt a Clean Energy Resolution, further strengthening the City of Tallahassee's commitment to...

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A political committee backing a proposed constitutional amendment that would overhaul Florida’s electric-utility industry spent more than...

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Michael Bloomberg, the United Nations Special Envoy for Climate Action, on Feb. 8 joined City of Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, and Clint Bullock,...

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Pointing to an “unprecedented event” that knocked out power to 136,000 customers and caused massive damage to its distribution system,...

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The state Supreme Court on Wednesday appeared skeptical of arguments that it should reject decisions by regulators allowing Florida Power &...

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