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FMEA Releases October Bill Comparison

Overall, Lakeland Electric reported lowest bills in six categories, and the City of Mount Dora reported the lowest bill in four categories. The City of Tallahassee and Florida Power & Light Co. reported lowest bills in two categories. The City of … Continue reading

FPL Customers to See Higher Electric Bills

State regulators Tuesday unanimously approved a settlement agreement that includes $811 million in base-rate increases for customers of Florida Power & Light — with $400 million slated to take effect Jan. 1. FPL, which early this year proposed $1.3 billion … Continue reading

Gulf Power Seeks to Keep Group Out of Rate Case

Gulf Power is asking state regulators to block the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy from intervening in a case about the utility’s proposal to raise base rates by $106.8 million next year. The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, which has … Continue reading

Appeals Court Sides with FPL in Verizon Pole Attachment Dispute

A state appeals court Wednesday, November 23,  sided with Florida Power & Light in a dispute about how much money the former Verizon Florida should pay to use the electric utility’s poles. A panel of the 3rd District Court of … Continue reading

KEYS Utility Board Approves Election Changes

The Utility Board approved changes to its Enabling Act at their regular meeting on Wednesday, November 16th, regarding the election of Board members. The approved changes include:

FMEA Announces Resignation of Executive Director

The Board of Directors of the Florida Municipal Electric Association (FMEA) has accepted the resignation of FMEA Executive Director Barry Moline, effective January 5, 2017. Barry will be leaving FMEA to head up the California Municipal Utilities Association (CMUA) in … Continue reading

Future of Rival Solar Initiative Remains Unclear

Opponents of a solar energy ballot initiative that failed at the polls Tuesday said they haven’t decided whether to revive their rival initiative, which was waylaid nearly a year ago by utility giants in the state. The “Consumers for Smart … Continue reading