Together, We’re Bringing Clean Solar Energy Closer
Whether you grew up in the sun or you moved here for it, the sun is a big part of what makes Florida such a beautiful place to live, work and do business. At FPL, we’re committed to keeping it that way by advancing the use of clean solar energy.
Through FPL SolarNow™ and the support of dedicated customers like you, we’re bringing solar energy into our communities. We’ve partnered with schools, businesses, and local communities to create hundreds of solar projects across the state. From solar canopies over parking areas and walkways to eye-catching solar trees, these solar energy projects showcase solar energy, providing shade and generating emissions-free energy to the power grid that serves all of us.
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Find an FPL Solar Energy Project Near You
With this map, you can locate FPL solar energy projects throughout Florida, including our FPL SolarNow tree and canopy projects, FPL in Schools and FPL Universal Solar Energy Centers.
Featured FPL SolarNow™ Projects
FPL SolarNow energy projects – including covered walkways, parking canopies and solar trees – are being built in local areas that are highly visible, open to the public and/or viewed as a community asset, such as parks, zoos, schools and museums.
We would love to hear from you - give us your suggestions for future locations!
Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science
1101 Biscayne Blvd,
Miami, FL 33132
Young At Art Museum
751 SW 121st Ave,
Davie, FL 33325
12400 SW 152nd St,
Miami, FL 33177
7900 SW 40th St,
Miami, FL 33155
Barrier Free Park
3111 S Congress Ave,
Boynton Beach, FL 33426
8225 N Wickham Rd,
Melbourne, FL 32940
Stay up-to-date with the latest on FPL’s SolarNow™ program, including upcoming events, the status of our solar trees and canopies, and more.
Solar power trees are saving Charlotte County residents money
June 8, 2018
ABC 7 – Riverview Park Splash Pad will be the first site for the installation of solar panels through FPL’s SolarNow program. At a council meeting on April 11, city officials agreed to FPL’s proposed installation of a solar canopy that will provide clean energy and shade at the city of Sebastian’s popular water attraction.
Sebastian to proceed with FPL solar project at Riverview Park Splash Pad
April 12, 2018
TC Palm – Riverview Park Splash Pad will be the first site for the installation of solar panels through FPL’s SolarNow program. At a council meeting on April 11, city officials agreed to FPL’s proposed installation of a solar canopy that will provide clean energy and shade at the city of Sebastian’s popular water attraction.
Florida’s known for palm trees — how about solar trees? New ones pop up at Port Canaveral
April 4, 2018
Florida Today – Solar energy grows on trees in Brevard County, as five new solar trees were dedicated in the area, next to Exploration Tower and at Jetty Park by officials from Port Canaveral and FPL. That’s 11 trees total now for the Space Coast as FPL continues to push solar initiatives across its coverage area and progresses with one of the largest solar expansions ever in the eastern U.S.
Port Canaveral to Hold Event Wednesday at Exploration Tower to Celebrate Unveiling of Solar Trees
April 3, 2018
Space Coast Daily – The five new solar trees feature the latest technology and are artistic, clean energy structures that catch the sun to deliver clean emissions-free energy and seamlessly integrate into the landscape to create a unique space where visitors can learn more about solar energy from FPL.
‘Solar trees’ being planted in Palm Coast
March 30, 2018
DAYTONA BEACH NEWS-JOURNAL – A trio of “solar trees” is being installed in Central Park at Town Center, and solar canopies are planned over some parking areas at the Palm Coast Community Center and Holland Park, a city spokesperson said Thursday. The city was chosen as a site for the solar trees and canopies as part of FPL’s SolarNow program, at no cost to the city. SolarNow is a voluntary program for FPL customers who support solar power in their communities and elect to contribute $9 on their monthly bills toward the program.
Solar trees coming to Englewood park could energize your life
February 22, 2018
WINK News – They’re not your typical trees but they’re sprouting up in Southwest Florida and the solar trees are collecting energy at parks in Englewood. Crews are planting trees at Ann Dever Regional Park in Englewood but they don’t have a green thumb - these trees are a little more high tech. The solar trees are part of Florida Power and Light’s SolarNow program which allows FPL customers to enjoy the benefits of 100 percent clean Florida sunshine in their communities, without the upfront costs of installing solar systems on their home or business.
Naples Zoo adds solar panels to parking lot
December 11, 2017
NBC2 –A huge new structure at the Naples Zoo does more than shade the zoo parking lot — it could bring your monthly energy bill down. FPL is adding 666 solar panels to the zoo’s parking lot. That's enough solar energy to power an elementary school for an entire year. “I think they're a great idea. I purposefully parked under them for shade because in Florida, it's sunny and hot,” said Naples Zoo visitor Lyndi Benton.
Ocean Ridge approves solar canopies for Oceanfront Park
October 11, 2017
THE COASTAL STAR – Those rusted and ragged shade sails lining the parking lot at Boynton Beach Oceanfront Park are soon to give way to aluminum solar canopies as part of Florida Power & Light’s growing campaign to promote clean energy across the state. “The sails have been a nightmare problem for us,” Jeff Livergood, Boynton’s director of public works and engineering, told the Ocean Ridge Town Commission on Oct. 2. “The canopies will help educate people about solar power and also provide more shade.”
Solar power generation takes center stage at Babcock Ranch
September 6, 2017
FLORIDA WEEKLY – Recent additions to Founder’s Square at Babcock Ranch shine a spotlight on the new town’s commitment to solar energy. Solar panels installed on commercial rooftops, electric vehicle charging stations and five “solar trees” installed within the initial downtown district help position this charming new hometown on the cutting edge...
‘Solar trees’ sprout across Florida in push to promote solar energy
July 13, 2017
SUN-SENTINEL - Florida Power & Light is planting large devices across Florida that look like trees and harness the power of the sun to create electricity. The utility has begun installing these 24-foot-tall, solar-powered “trees” to bring attention to the use of solar energy.