Hurricane Irma will be ‘quite expensive’ for FPL customers

Editor’s note: TCPalm.com opinion page editor Eve Samples explains how and why Florida Power and Light customers will have to pay the cost of story recovery from Hurricane Irma.

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Florida Power & Light’s response to Hurricane Irma was the most massive in the company’s history — bigger, company executives say, than any other utility’s response to a hurricane. Anywhere. Continue reading…

One comment

  1. Historic Dodgertown provided its facility and services to crews at no cost…..per Craig Callan. At least that was one bright spot for Vero area. Yes, we have no control over Nature’s wrath – nor over the charges added to services rendered by utilities such as FP&L….apparently.

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