utilities

Energy
2:11 pm
Tue October 1, 2013

Are FPL Customers Paying $43M For Nuclear Projects That May Never Happen?

FPL's Turkey Point nuclear power plant.
Credit www.fpl.com

Florida Power & Light customers will pay nearly $43.5 million next year for nuclear-power projects, including $16.2 million for a plan to eventually build two new reactors in Miami-Dade County, state regulators decided Tuesday.

The project costs will have relatively little impact on customers' monthly bills. A residential customer who uses 1,000 kilowatt hours of electricity a month will pay about 46 cents.

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Energy
1:27 pm
Wed May 15, 2013

What FPL's President Thinks About Nukes, Renewables

A view of Florida Power and Light's Turkey Point nuclear power plant in South Miami-Dade County.
Credit www.fpl.com

  

In a wide-ranging interview back in February, Florida Power & Light President Eric Silagy addressed a number of issues facing the state's largest utility.

The responses prompted a slew of feedback on topics ranging from storm preparedness and climate change to renewable energy sources.

Nuclear Power

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