What is good news for FPL customers means little to FPUA customers. FPL customers will see reductions in their electric rates while FPUA customers will still pay extra to help fund the wasteful City Hall.

Florida Power & Light Company announced today it is planning to reduce electric rates again in 2016 as the company’s long-term investments in efficiency, in addition to low fuel prices, continue to generate savings for customers.

FPL filed a request with the Florida Public Service Commission to reduce rates, which will save a typical 1,000-kWh residential customer about $2.50 a month on average in 2016 compared with current rates. Businesses will also see lower rates, with anticipated savings in the range of about 2 to 6 percent for typical business customers, depending on rate class and type of service.

The electric rate gap is widening.

HIGH FPUA PRICES

 

Source: FPL reducing rates again