FPL plan will limit impact on electricity bills to 8.7 percent

A 1,000 kWh residential bill for comparison would rise from $74.12 today to $80.55 during 2001.

UNITED NATIONS, Sept. 20, 2000 (UPI)—A new U.N. report prepared in conjunction with major energy suppliers said Wednesday there are no fundamental obstacles to high energy services “and a better environment,” claiming to sideline a 25-year-old idea the world can’t have both.

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