Legislative/Regulatory

Articles regarding legislative or regulatory issues.

Tampa Electric Co. is asking state regulators to approve adding two solar-power projects in Hillsborough County that would start producing...

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Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday signed a bill that could lead to more underground power lines in hurricane-vulnerable Florida and vetoed two measures...

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Pointing to the “extraordinary size of the program,” the state Office of Public Counsel is asking regulators to hold a detailed hearing...

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Gov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday formally received a bill that could lead to an expansion of underground power lines in Florida, with supporters touting...

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State leaders and powerful business groups are trying to kill a proposed constitutional amendment that would lead to major changes in the way...

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The state Supreme Court on Thursday rejected a business group’s challenge to a decision that allowed Florida Power & Light to recoup money...

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With little discussion, the state Public Service Commission approved an agreement that will allow Duke Energy Florida to use savings from a 2017...

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After Florida Power & Light and the state Office of Public Counsel reached a proposed settlement last week, regulators will delay taking up a...

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Gov. Ron DeSantis on Friday signed 38 bills, including a controversial measure that will make it harder for groups and citizens to put proposed...

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An administrative law judge Thursday recommended a key approval for a Tampa Electric Co. power-plant project that includes shifting to a greater use...

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The state Public Service Commission should approve a proposal that would lead to Duke Energy Florida using $223.5 million in federal tax...

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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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