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NSF StaffThe state Public Service Commission on Tuesday approved a plan by Florida Power & Light to speed up refunds of deposits for tens of...

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After months of meeting remotely because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Florida local government officials will need to be ready to resume in-person...

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By NSF StaffThe Florida Public Service Commission should reject a proposal that seeks at least a 90-day moratorium on election-service...

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By Jim Saunders Arguing that turning off customers’ electricity is a “last resort,” four major utilities said Tuesday that a...

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By Jim SaundersA civil-rights group asked state regulators Tuesday to block utilities from disconnecting electric service for at least 90 days, as...

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Nearly two years after Hurricane Michael crushed some rural areas of Northwest Florida, state regulators Monday approved a settlement about Florida...

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State regulators on Tuesday approved requiring Duke Energy Florida to return $16.1 million to customers in a case that stemmed from problems at the...

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The state Office of Public Counsel has gone to the Florida Supreme Court to challenge a regulatory decision that could ultimately help Gulf Power...

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State Rep. Mike La Rosa, a St. Cloud Republican who faces term limits this year, was named Friday by Gov. Ron DeSantis to serve on the Florida...

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State regulators Tuesday approved a plan aimed at dramatically speeding up the decontamination and restoration of the site of Duke Energy...

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Gov. Ron DeSantis will choose from among three state lawmakers and an incumbent commissioner as he makes his first appointment to the Florida Public...

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Florida Power & Light and Gulf Power will hold off on fully moving forward with costly plans to install underground power lines, as state regulators...

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