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Applicants Seek Spots on Public Service Commission

With the terms of veteran commissioners Ronald Brise and Art Graham set to expire in January, a dozen other candidates are hoping to replace them on the Florida Public Service Commission. Brise and Graham, who are seeking reappointment to the … Continue reading

FPL Moves Forward with Solar Expansion

Florida Power & Light on Monday installed the first of what it anticipates will be nearly 1 million new solar panels at three plants in the state’s Treasure Coast region, the company said. The installation of the panel at Blue … Continue reading

Application Deadline Set for Patronis PSC Seat

A state panel has set a July 28 application deadline for candidates seeking to replace Jimmy Patronis on the Florida Public Service Commission. Patronis on Friday was sworn in as state chief financial officer, replacing former CFO Jeff Atwater, who … Continue reading

FPL Project Could Take First Step

State regulators next week could give an initial boost to a Florida Power & Light proposal to build an estimated $888 million power plant in Broward County — part of a series of FPL projects to add new natural gas-plants. … Continue reading

FMEA Associate Member Spotlight – Osmose

FMEA’s Associate Member Spotlight of the Month for July is on Osmose ( From a storefront on East Huron Street in downtown Buffalo, NY with a single wood preservative patent , Osmose has emerged as a well-known and respected company; … Continue reading

FMEA Welcomes Newest Associate Members

FMEA would like to acknowledge our newest Associate Members: Origis Energy and LineWorks Engineering, LLC. Welcome to Florida’s public power network! Origis Energy – Origis Energy is Powering the Solar Revolution℠ with custom clean energy solutions for utility, commercial and public … Continue reading

Broad energy, natural resources bill is introduced in Senate

Sens. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, chairman of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, and Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., the committee’s ranking member, on June 28 introduced S. 1460, the Energy and Natural Resources Act of 2017. The bill — the successor … Continue reading