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FPL's Turkey Point Costs Hit Customers; Lawsuit Moves Forward

One month ago the Florida Public Service Commission, the agency that regulates the state’s biggest power companies, approved FPL’s request to charge customer for the costs to clean-up an underground contamination plume…

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Florida: Energy Winners and Losers in 2017

Happy 2018! As we would look forward to taking positive steps  towards a cleaner, smarter energy future in the Sunshine State this year, it’s instructive to look at the state energy trends…

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What do "The Last Jedi" and Georgia actually have in common?

At the end of December, just when everyone was focused on the premier of the new Star Wars movie "The Last Jedi" (and the holiday season), the Georgia Public Service Commission ignored…

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Will Plant Vogtle Nuke Georgia Power Bills? Act Now!

SACE's Sara Barczak contributed content to this blog. This has been an intense week for the Plant Vogtle nuclear expansion project so here's a quick blog to get you updated. SACE has…

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Are industrial power customers favored too much?

Across the Southeast, industrial power customers get special perks. One reason is that they can afford to hire lawyers and experts to persist in asking for the most favorable treatment they can…

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FPL says customers should pay for its pollution mistakes (+ profit)

If you see smoke in your home, you are going to check out the source of the smoke, right? If the smoke gets thicker, your are definitely going to call the fire…

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Congress: Picking energy losers, over clean energy winners

This blog was written by Sara Barczak, former Regional Advocacy Director with the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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Who Pays When FPL Pollutes and Loots?

If a multi-billion dollar monopoly utility messes-up and creates a pollution mess that costs over $200 million to clean up, should its customers have to pick up the tab? Voice your opinions…

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Vogtle, the Law of Holes, and Two Modest Proposals

Ever hear of the law of holes? If you’re in one, stop digging. This blog was originally posted here by Steve Huntoon at RTO Insider on September 11, 2017. An excerpt is below,…

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Nuclear cancellation fallout in South Carolina

SACE intern Kailie Melchior contributed to this post. The last few days have been a whirlwind in South Carolina's energy realm with the announcement that major utilities are abandoning the under-construction nuclear…