Florida Power & Light customers may see lower costs on their bills

ORLANDO, Fla. — State regulators could approve a proposal Tuesday that would reduce the bills for Florida Power & Light customers.


The company is expecting lower natural gas prices than previously projected.

Now, FPL is looking to pass on those savings to its customers.

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FPL is asking to reduce collections by $379 million for the rest of the year.

If the state commission approves the proposal, FPL customers will see the change starting in May.

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