"It's taking taxpayer money that is supposed to be used for projects open to the public in Utah and sending it to a for-profit business in California," said Ted Zukoski, a lawyer for Earthjustice. "It is violating the purpose of this fund, which is to make life better for the people in counties where they are pulling a lot of fossil fuel out of the ground."
Hold onto your wallets, because Florida Power and Light is about to rack up another giant bill that customers will end up paying for.
You may remember that FPL already got state approval to charge customers for up to $500 million that the company is investing in “fracking” (gas drilling) projects in Oklahoma and other states.
Coretta Anderson is a Senior Major Gifts Officer in Los Angeles location of the California regional office.