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FPL will give customers refunds after collecting too much for Hurricane Matthew repairs

FPL will give customers refunds after collecting too much for Hurricane Matthew repairs



2018-05-16T13:04:00+0000

The refund is tied to $316.5 million that the power company charged customers following the powerful October 2016 storm.

Florida Power & Light has reached an agreement to refund $27.7 million to customers, in part because of an “over-recovery” of costs for restoring power and rebuilding systems following Hurricane Matthew in 2016.


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