2011 Florida Statutes
361.13 Powers.—Any electric utility, or any organization, association, or separate legal entity whose membership shall consist only of electric utilities, participating in an agreement to implement a project has the following additional powers as they may relate to the project:
(1) To plan, finance, acquire, construct, purchase, operate, maintain, use, share the cost of, own, lease, sell, or dispose of any project or projects within or without the state.
(2) To exercise the power of eminent domain, except to acquire the generating, transmission, or distribution facilities of any other electric utility or foreign public utility.
(3) To purchase capacity or energy, or both, in any quantity agreed upon in the joint power agreement from any project in which the purchaser has an ownership interest.
History.—s. 4, ch. 75-200; s. 5, ch. 82-53.