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The Florida Public Service Commission next week could approve a proposal that would lead to Gulf Power Co. customers paying $206 million for costs...

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By NSF staff Richard Gentry, a lobbyist and former longtime general counsel of the Florida Home Builders Association, was approved Tuesday to...

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By Jim Turner A lobbyist and former longtime general counsel of the Florida Home Builders Association will be voted on next week to represent the...

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State regulators Tuesday signed off on a plan by Duke Energy Florida to add five solar-energy projects, as utilities continue to pursue solar...

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A proposal filed Wednesday in the Florida Senate would prevent local governments from regulating construction of a wide range of energy-related...

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By Jim Turner An effort is back in the Senate to permanently set up a statewide office to consider climate change impacts, as environmentalists...

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J.R. Kelly, who has represented consumers in utility issues as the state’s public counsel since 2007, is leaving his post nine months after...

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State utility regulators on Tuesday backed plans by Duke Energy Florida to build 10 solar plants over the next four years, despite some concerns...

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By NSF Staff Sen. Jeff Brandes, a St. Petersburg Republican, wants utility regulators to outline the state’s energy needs for the next 20...

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By NSF Staff An effort to remove older diesel buses from Florida roads has gotten off to a slow start. The Florida Department of Environmental...

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By Jim Saunders State regulators Tuesday approved a Florida Power & Light pilot program aimed at adding electric-vehicle charging stations,...

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The Florida Department of Environmental Protection announced a second and final competitive grant funding opportunity for electric vehicle charging...

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