Legislative/Regulatory

Articles regarding legislative or regulatory issues.

Despite objections from attorneys for utility customers, the Florida Public Service Commission on Tuesday continued moving ahead with plans for...

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Pointing to concerns about the effects on millions of utility customers, the state Office of Public Counsel is continuing to battle proposed rules...

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The state Office of Public Counsel, which represents consumers in utility issues, has dismissed a challenge to a Florida Power & Light plan to...

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Tampa Electric Co. received state approval Thursday for two large solar-power projects in Hillsborough County, part of a multi-year plan to build...

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Florida lawmakers Monday dug into issues involving climate change and greenhouse gas emissions, phrases mostly kept under wraps by state Republican...

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State regulators moved forward Thursday with a new law aimed at building more underground power lines and making Florida’s electric system...

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Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried on Thursday plans to roll out legislative priorities focused on climate change. Warning of greater coastal...

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State regulators next week will take up proposed rules that could help set the stage for an expansion of underground power lines in hurricane-weary...

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With state leaders, business groups and utilities fighting the measure, the Florida Supreme Court on Wednesday appeared skeptical about a proposed...

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A political committee spearheading a proposed constitutional amendment to overhaul Florida’s electric-utility industry received $668,000 in...

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In a clash of two of the state’s most-prominent companies, Florida Power & Light and AT&T Florida are battling in court and at the...

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Over the objections of environmentalists pushing for alternative energy sources, Gov. Ron DeSantis and two Cabinet members on Thursday approved a...

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