What we do is that if they believe there's an issue, we have to take this information and reconcile it. We go out there and do a complete streetlight count. If we owe the city, we will pay them back.
We're very confident of our records. At the same time, it is dynamic and it's changing.
Today the FPL family is saddened, and is really mourning.
We can understand their frustration. Certainly this kind of reconciliation takes time. But in the end, you will be reconciled. You will be made whole.
To continue on a track to increase the number of plants we have that are gas perhaps is not the wave of the future.
I understand that this has been very frustrating to the officials at the city, but we're just waiting to make sure that we have everything completed. If indeed there is a difference, we will resolve that and pay back if it's on our side of the house to do so.
A law like this may have unintended consequences.
I don't think there's any conflict at all between what the hurricane center was saying and what we're saying.
We fully support an 8-year cycle as well. If the commission feels an 8-year cycle will provide that additional confidence regarding the resistance of our system we support that objective.
If there are more intense storms in these hurricane cycles, well, essentially we need a reserve that is going to be able to take care of one or two or three storms.