Hardened energy grid equipment in Fort Lauderdale in 2016. Proposal 51, which would have allowed customers to choose their electricity provider and pushed the state’s monopolized utilities to compete with third parties, failed to pass a Constitutional Revision Commission committee Friday.
Hardened energy grid equipment in Fort Lauderdale in 2016. Proposal 51, which would have allowed customers to choose their electricity provider and pushed the state’s monopolized utilities to compete with third parties, failed to pass a Constitutional Revision Commission committee Friday. CHARLES TRAINOR JR. ctrainor@miamiherald.com
Hardened energy grid equipment in Fort Lauderdale in 2016. Proposal 51, which would have allowed customers to choose their electricity provider and pushed the state’s monopolized utilities to compete with third parties, failed to pass a Constitutional Revision Commission committee Friday. CHARLES TRAINOR JR. ctrainor@miamiherald.com

Proposal to let Floridians decide on electricity choice dies in committee

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