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Gulf Power PAC backs Mike Hill

Last month, State Rep. Mike Hill received $1,000 from Responsible Government Committee of Gulf Power Company Employees. The Political Action Committee is funded by Gulf…

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Buzz: Plant Crist may convert to natural gas

NorthEscambia.com broke the news that Gulf Power is analyzing the feasibility of a proposed natural gas pipeline though North Escambia to convert Plant Crist from coal…

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Chamber, Trade association oppose deregulation of utilities

Business leaders typically fight for deregulation but not so when it comes to the powerful privately-owned utilities. The News Service of Florida reports: Two of…

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Public weighs in on Gulf Power coal ash permits

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly The public will have a chance Wednesday to weigh in on a federal permit pertaining to a Gulf Power coal ash…

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Florida PSC reduces Gulf Power’s customer bills

TALLAHASSEE—The Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) today ordered Gulf Power Company to pass additional savings from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 to…

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Environmental group questions Gulf Power sale

Earlier today, Southern Company announced it has entered into agreements to sell Gulf Power Company, Florida City Gas and the entities holding Southern Power’s interests…

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Gulf Power sold to NextEra Energy

NextEra Energy has reached definitive agreements with the Southern Company to acquire Gulf Power, Florida City Gas and the entities holding Southern Power’s interests in…

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Connally named Southern Co. vp

Southern Company, parent company of Gulf Power, announced three promotions this week. Stan Connally, Jr., the chairman, president and CEO of Gulf Power, has been…

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Gulf Power lowers bills

By Jim Saunders, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Pointing to quick reductions in monthly electric bills, state regulators Monday approved a plan that…

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