New Florida Bill Would Change PSC Membership, Rate-Making Process

With a key legislator behind it, a proposal (PCB EUS 17-01 ) that would revamp regulation of Florida’s electric utilities – with respect to both the composition of the Public Service Commission and the process for rate-making – passed by a vote of 11-2 on March 8 in the State House of Representatives, according to a report by the Sarasota Herald-Tribune.

Ratepayers to Save Big Bucks As PSC Gives FPL Approval to Buy and Close Indiantown Plant

Florida Power & Light (FPL) received approval (Docket No. 150154-EI/Order No. PS-16-0419-CFO-EI) from the Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) on October 3 – after the members had deliberated for less than 30 minutes – to buy a second coal-fired power plant that it eventually intends to close, according to a report in the Miami Herald.

Florida Supreme Court Puts Kibosh on FPL Fracking Charge

The Florida Supreme Court ruled (Case Nos. SC15-95, SC15-113, SC15-115) on May 19 that the state’s Public Service Commission (PSC) exceeded its authority when it allowed Florida Power & Light (FPL) to charge its 4.8 million customers for a risky investment in an Oklahoma-based fracking company.

Florida Supreme Court Puts Kibosh on FPL Fracking Charge

The Florida Supreme Court ruled (Case Nos. SC15-95, SC15-113, SC15-115) on May 19 that the state’s Public Service Commission (PSC) exceeded its authority when it allowed Florida Power & Light (FPL) to charge its 4.8 million customers for a risky investment in an Oklahoma-based fracking … Read more…

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