On June 19, 2020, Florida Power & Light filed their application for two new optional pilot EV rates designed to support legislation in Florida seeking to accelerate the deployment of EV fast charging throuhgout the state. One is an optional tariff allowing EV drivers to purchase charging services directly from FPL at certain utility-owned public fast charge stations, at a rate of $0.30 per kilowatt-hour. The other component of the filing proposes two optional riders to FPL’s existing General Service Demand (GSD-1) and General Service Large Demand (GSLD-1) tariffs, available to qualifying providers of EV public fast charge services, that limit the amount of demand (kW) billed to these customers as a function of their energy (kWh) usage during low load factor billing periods.


Initial Filing