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FPL and Gulf Power merger planned

Written by on April 22, 2020

In a move that would create a utility with customers from Miami to Pensacola, Florida Power & Light and Gulf Power plan to merge in 2022, their parent company, NextEra Energy, said Wednesday.

NextEra, which has long included FPL, closed a deal in January 2019 to purchase Gulf Power from Southern Company. But FPL and Gulf, which have a combined total of about 5.5 million customers, did not merge.

In a news release Wednesday about its quarterly earnings, NextEra said it has made a filing at the state Public Service Commission that “reflects the expectation that FPL and Gulf Power will begin to operate as an integrated electric system in 2022.”

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One Response to FPL and Gulf Power merger planned

  1. Nyesha Lawss Reply

    April 22, 2020 at 6:17 pm

    I don’t think that they should merge. I’m very happy with the company that I’m with and that is FPL

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