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  • Nancy Argenziano and Nathan Skop kicked off PSC

     
    Updated to include statement from Commissioner Nathan Skop: Former state Sen. Nancy Argenziano and Nathan Skop, two of the Public Service Commission's most vocal opponents of a push for big electric rate increases last year, had their applications for...
  • More on the PSC – Who will Crist choose?

     
    Gov. Charlie Crist must choose from a list of candidates for the Public Service Commission, which regulates electric, water and telephone rates, by the end of next week or the nominating council controlled by legislators will choose for him. In case you...
  • McCollum gets a helping hand from Progress Energy

     
    From Tampa Tribune reporter Catherine Whittenburg: Progress Energy has kicked $100,000 to the Florida First Initiative, a political committee supporting Bill McCollum for governor. That, plus $50,000 from a phosphate industry committee, adds to the $175,...
  • Will racial diversity on Florida Public Service Commission help FPL customers?

     
    I've said it before, but when it comes to the Florida Public Service Commission, which oversees utilities, I don't see black-and-white. I see green, as in how much money FPL gets from my pocket. Now that the latest two PSC......
  • Plug-ins, the Electric Grid and You

     
    With mass-market plug-in electric cars getting closer to going on sale, automakers and utility companies are studying the demands on the electrical system and car buyers' homes with wide-ranging conclusions. At "The Business of Plugging-In" conference...
  • Appeals court opens the money floodgates for Scott

     
    TALLAHASSEE – A federal appeals court opened the floodgates on Friday for Republican Rick Scott to pour more personal wealth into his gubernatorial bid without running afoul of a Florida law meant to limit the influence of money in politics. The 1...
  • Is McCollum flexing the Insider Advantage?

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Republican Rick Scott appears to have a pretty simple message over the final six days of his gubernatorial primary with Bill McCollum: insiders are all that is wrong with politics today. Here's a not-incredibly-clever video the Scott....