Law360 (February 6, 2019, 1:56 PM EST) -- The Florida Industrial Power Users Group told the Florida Supreme Court on Wednesday the state's utility regulator should not have approved nearly $1 billion in capital costs for Florida Power & Light Co.'s solar energy projects, saying a required review would have shown it is not a prudent investment.
Florida's utility regulator should not have approved nearly $1 billion in capital costs for solar energy projects without first assessing whether it would be a prudent investment, a consumer group told the state Supreme Court on Wednesday.(AP) In oral arguments in Tallahassee, FIPUG's attorney Jon Moyle told the justices the Florida Public...
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