FPL Announces Settlement of Disputed Power Contracts

The litigation, which dates back to January 1997, began when a dispute arose between FPL and the owners of the plants as to whether the plants had accomplished commercial operation by the date specified in the 30-year power purchase agreements obligating FPL to purchase the output of the plants. FPL filed a petition in a Florida circuit court for a declaratory judgment that FPL had no further obligation under the agreements, and shortly thereafter the owners of the plants filed for bankruptcy protection.

WASHINGTON—If asked to do so, many consumers say they are willing to make a few adjustments to conserve electricity during a heat wave, according to the results of a national survey by Edison Electric Institute. However, only a small percentage of consumers say they already are taking these steps.

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