Florida Legislature hands out millions in tax cuts to fossil fuel companies
From gas stoves to gas equipment tax breaks, legislators passed fossil fuel-friendly policy agenda
Amid Connections to Ongoing Election Scandals, NextEra Pours Millions into Florida’s 2022 Election Cycle
DeSantis faces Democrat and Utility Critic, Crist
Records Show Senior Florida Power & Light Execs Closely Connected to Election Scandals
In the midst of Florida Power & Light’s push to dismantle a key rooftop solar policy in the state, new documents reveal that senior executives at the utility are closely...
NextEra spent $20 million to “ban” clean energy transmission project in Maine
Voters in Maine approved “Question 1” on the November ballot, in an effort to ban a 145 mile transmission line needed to carry hydropower from Quebec to help meet Massachusetts’...
Florida Power & Light $1.53 billion rate hike settlement includes new fossil gas investments
Ratepayers to fund $20 million in dues for political trade associations
NextEra, Florida utilities closely aligned with election fraud suspect Frank Artiles
Artiles’ close relationship with NextEra Energy and Florida Power & Light included NASCAR perks, campaign contributions
Orlando utility could vote today on new “net zero” plan amid concerns over continued fossil fuel use and low energy efficiency goals
Update: The OUC Board voted unanimously to approve the EIRP in its current form at its meeting on December 8. The Orlando Utilities Commission is set to discuss and potentially...
Florida’s investor-owned utilities spent heavily on Republican interest groups in 2020 elections
Senate races prioritized by the Florida Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee face multiple investigations
1.25 million Floridians face electric disconnection by utilities
Investor-owned utilities have begun to resume the disconnection process, are opposed to shutoff moratorium petition before the PSC next week
Utility Front Group Sparks Attack on Florida Rooftop Solar Amid Ongoing COVID Crisis
Attack led by Florida legislator who has accepted over $20,000 from utilities in political contributions