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Pointing to a need for flexibility in dealing with the effects of the coronavirus, the state Public Service Commission on Tuesday approved a plan...

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NSF Staff With the utility pointing to lower-than-expected costs for natural gas, customers of Tampa Electric Co. likely will see their electric...

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In another example of the unprecedented nature of the novel coronavirus, Duke Energy Florida on Thursday asked state regulators to allow it to waive...

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Statement By: Amy Zubaly, Executive Director, Florida Municipal Electric Association Regarding Passage of Lineworker Specialty License Plate...

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By Jim Saunders Four years after the demise of their proposal, backers of a controversial solar-energy ballot initiative could get a payday.A...

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Agriculture Commissioner Nicole “Nikki” Fried announced the launch of the new Florida Advisory Council on Climate & Energy (FACCE)....

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State regulators are poised to decide whether to approve a controversial $1.8 billion proposal that would lead to Florida Power & Light adding...

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By Jim TurnerAs Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried holds out for “cooler heads” in the Senate, House Speaker José Oliva is...

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By Jim Saunders, News Service of Florida Duke Energy Florida customers next month will start seeing extra charges on their bills to cover the...

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By Jim Saunders In a victory for state regulators and utilities, an administrative law judge Tuesday rejected a challenge to a plan for carrying...

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By: NSF Staff Backers of overhauling the state’s electric utility industry had raised --- and spent --- about $5.75 million before the...

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By Jim Saunders The Florida Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously rejected a proposed constitutional amendment that would have overhauled and...

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