Florida Power & Light says it will shut down its two nuclear power plants — including this one at Turkey Point — before Hurricane Irma’s high winds reach the area, but plans to keep its natural gas plants operating unless winds hit 100 mph.
Florida Power & Light says it will shut down its two nuclear power plants — including this one at Turkey Point — before Hurricane Irma’s high winds reach the area, but plans to keep its natural gas plants operating unless winds hit 100 mph. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com
Florida Power & Light says it will shut down its two nuclear power plants — including this one at Turkey Point — before Hurricane Irma’s high winds reach the area, but plans to keep its natural gas plants operating unless winds hit 100 mph. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com

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