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Florida says Duke Energy can collect $92 million from customers to recover costs from Hurricane Idalia

State regulators Tuesday approved a plan by Duke Energy Florida that includes collecting $91.9 million from customers in 2024.

Florida Supreme Court orders FPL to justify its rate increases

The Florida Supreme Court said state regulators did not justify increased base electric rates for Florida Power & Light.

The Florida DEP is fighting new federal rules to limit climate-altering greenhouse gas emissions

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection lashed out at a federal proposal aimed at reducing greenhouse-gas emissions from power plants.
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Higher electric bills set for January in Florida

Florida regulators approved utility costs that means higher electric bills in January for homeowners and businesses.

Growing power of electric utilities over PSC and Restoring damage caused by Deepwater Horizon

Radioactivity discusses the growing power of electric utilities over the body that sets electric rates in the state. The show also goes back to September 19, 2010 when the Deepwater Horizon well was officially...

Why do consumers lose at the Florida PSC?

Today on Last Call Rob Lorei fills in for Warren Elly and interviews Nancy Argenziano who is a former member of the Florida Public Service Commission and a former Republican member of the state legislature.

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