Legislative/Regulatory

Articles regarding legislative or regulatory issues.

State regulators signed off on two settlement agreements that include Duke Energy Florida and Tampa Electric Co. using money from federal tax...

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State regulators Tuesday approved a plan by Florida Power & Light to use federal tax savings to cover costs of restoring power after Hurricane...

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With a Florida Supreme Court battle looming this summer, backers of a proposed constitutional amendment to overhaul the state’s electric...

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Seven months after Hurricane Michael knocked out electricity for tens of thousands of Panhandle residents, the Florida Public Service Commission on...

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Florida Power & Light should be able to use federal tax savings to cover the costs of restoring power after Hurricane Irma, despite objections...

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Staff members of the Florida Public Service Commission are recommending approval of a plan that would lead to Gulf Power collecting extra money from...

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With memories of massive outages after Hurricane Irma, Hurricane Michael and other storms, state lawmakers Thursday gave final approval to a bill...

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The state Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously approved a regulatory decision that allowed Florida Power & Light to pass along costs to...

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A proposal that could spur more underground power lines in Florida continued moving forward Thursday, with the issue now ready to go to the full...

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After hurricanes during the past three years knocked out electricity for millions of Floridians, lawmakers are moving forward with regulatory...

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With no questions, the Senate Innovation, Industry and Technology Committee supported the confirmations of Florida Public Service Commission...

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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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