http://www.cleanenergy.org/2017/12/12/consumidores-de-la-fpl-pagar-sobre-los-20-millones-por-decadas-de-negligencia-por-parte-de-la-compania-electrica/

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Consumidores de la FPL a Pagar Sobre los $200 Millones Por Décadas de Negligencia por Parte de la Compañía Eléctrica

El Comisionado de Servicio Público (PSC) de la Florida aprobó la solicitud de la FPL de cobrar a familias y negocios por la limpieza de la Polución subterránea de la Planta Nuclear de Turkey Point pese a recibir más de 800 peticiones a negar de consumidores Contacto: Claudia Tenzer, 305-450-6668, ctenzer@conservationconceptsllc.org Tallahasee, Fla. – La Comisión del Servicio Público de la Florida hoy ignoró [ MORE » ]
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FPL Customers to Pay Over $200 Million Due to Decades of FPL Negligence

Florida PSC approves FPL’s request to charge families and businesses to clean up underground pollution from Turkey Point in spite over 800 letters from customers Contact: Jennifer Rennicks, SACE, 865-235-1448, Jennifer@cleanenergy.org   Tallahassee, Fla. –The Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) ignored over 800 customer requests today by unanimously approving Florida Power & Light’s (FPL) request to charge customers for a proposed plan to remediate [ MORE » ]
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Advocates win important first round against FPL’s leaking nuclear plant: Judge rules that citizen groups’ Clean Water Act challenge can move forward

Miami, Fla. – The Honorable United States District Judge Darrin P. Gayles, after a hearing and de novo review of the record on November 16, 2017, denied Florida Power & Light’s (FPL) Motion to Dismiss the Plaintiffs’ lawsuit against FPL for violations of the Clean Water Act and National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit caused by their Turkey Point facility near Miami. Judge [ MORE » ]
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FPL Customers Potentially on the Hook for Over $200 million in Environmental Clean up Costs at Turkey Point Plant

Customers shouldn’t pay for FPL’s legacy of negligence and deception argues SACE Contact: Jennifer Rennicks, SACE, jennifer@cleanenergy.org, 865-235-1448   Tallahassee, Fla. (November 14, 2017) – Late yesterday, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (“SACE”) filed its brief with the Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) arguing that customers should not have to pay for the clean up of an underground contamination plume created by Florida Power [ MORE » ]
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Advisory: FPL to Request Over $200 Million from Customers to Clean-Up its Mess at Turkey Point

Public Service Commission to determine if customers will get stuck with the tab Contact: Jennifer Rennicks, SACE, 865-235-1448, Jennifer@cleanenergy.org The Florida Public Service Commission will hold a hearing tomorrow, Wednesday, October 25th, to consider Florida Power & Light’s (FPL) request to recover more than $200 million from its customers to clean up its groundwater contamination from the cooling canals at its Turkey Point plant [ MORE » ]
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Tampa Electric Embraces 21st Century Technologies and Commits to 600 MW of New Solar in Settlement Agreement

Energy Advocates Applaud Efforts to Grow Solar and Work Proactively with Stakeholders Contact: Jennifer Rennicks, SACE, 865-235-1448, Jennifer@cleanenergy.org   Tallahassee, Fla. – Late yesterday, Tampa Electric Company filed a rate settlement agreement with the Florida Public Service Commission that’s intended to significantly increase its use of solar power and provide rate certainty to customers. The agreement will ensure more investment in large-scale solar facilities [ MORE » ]
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SACE Statement: ITC Finds Injury to US Solar Manufacturers

Energy advocates warn billions in solar investments and thousands of jobs at risk in the Southeast Contact: Jennifer Rennicks, SACE, 865-235-1448, Jennifer@cleanenergy.org   Knoxville, Tenn. – Today the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) unanimously found that imported solar panels harm domestic solar manufacturers, so the decision on whether or not to impose tariffs for imported solar panels now goes to the Trump Administration. The [ MORE » ]
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SACE Turkey Pt CWA Motion to Dismiss Reply Nov 2016

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SACE TP 3 & 4 CWA Kirk Martin Supplemental Declaration Aug 2017

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SACE TP 3 & 4 CWA Kirk Martin Declaration Nov 2016

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