Together, We’re Bringing Clean Solar Energy Closer
The sun is a big part of what makes Florida such a beautiful place to live, work and do business. And, we’re committed to keeping it that way by advancing the use of clean solar energy.
Thanks to the support of dedicated customers like you, we’re bringing more solar energy into our communities such as solar canopies and solar trees. These solar energy projects are providing shade and generating emissions-free energy to the power grid that benefits all of us.Not a member? Join us today
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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, as well as 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!
Punta Gorda City Hall
326 W Marion Ave.,
Punta Gorda, FL 33950
Girl Scouts Camp Honi Hanta
4820 51st St.,
Bradenton FL 34203
Jessica Clinton Park
121 SW Port St Lucie Blvd.,
Port St Lucie, FL 34984
1111 N Ocean Dr.,
Hollywood, FL 33019
1590 Goodlette-Frank Rd,
Naples, FL 34102
Ann Dever Park
6791 San Casa Dr.,
Englewood, FL 34224
Brightline Fort Lauderdale
200 SW 21st Terrace,
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
Ft. Mellon Park
600 E 1st St.,
Sanford, FL 32771
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.
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex introduces new solar energy technology
November 28, 2018
WOFL Fox 35 - Florida Power & Light Company has worked with the city of Port St. Lucie to install new solar panel shade structures in Jessica Clinton Park, where visitors can enjoy some shade under the 100-kilowatt solar canopy. The project was made possible through FPL’s SolarNow program.
FPL Solar Panel Shade Structure at Jessica Clinton Park
September 20, 2018
City of Port St. Lucie - Florida Power & Light Company has worked with the city of Port St. Lucie to install new solar panel shade structures in Jessica Clinton Park, where visitors can enjoy some shade under the 100-kilowatt solar canopy. The project was made possible through FPL’s SolarNow program.
Project to add solar canopies at Oceanfront Park nears completion
August 29, 2018
My Palm Beach Post - Groups of parking spaces at Oceanfront Park have been cordoned off for months while Florida Power & Light completes a project to add solar panel canopies. Construction started in May and will be completed in early September, said Devaney Iglesias, a spokeswoman for FPL.
A solar ring and retractable roof will soon hang above a premier Miami concert venue
July 27, 2018
Miami Herald – The amphitheater at Bayfront Park, one of Miami’s signature performing arts venues downtown, will soon get a halo-like ring of solar panels and a retractable roof. On Thursday the Miami City Commission gave approval for a no-bid contract to Florida Power & Light for the project, which is expected to be finished in time for Super Bowl festivities in early 2020.
Miami partners with FPL to deliver ‘solar trees’ at parks
July 26, 2018
WSVN – Florida Power and Light partnered with the City of Miami to construct, install and maintain the solar trees. Three parks across Miami will soon be outfitted with solar arrays in an effort to become more environmental-friendly. Along with being good for the environment, the trees have some cool perks like shaded seating areas and charging stations for electronic devices.
FPL solar trees coming to Sarasota
July 16, 2018
WWSB - Florida Power & Light Company has introduced a new program with solar trees on the Suncoast. FPL SolarNow is a voluntary program that allows customers to support solar and want to see it in their local communities. FPL has more than 90 solar arrays installed or under construction in 12 counties across the state, and soon that will include Sarasota.
Why are solar trees popping up all over? Thank 20,000 South Florida families
July 14, 2018
Sun Sentinel - Florida Power & Light Company is putting up creatively designed solar panels to increase its harnessing of energy from the sun, and homeowners who are solar enthusiasts are helping foot the bill. There are about 8,000 families in Miami-Dade, 7,000 in Broward and 5,000 in Palm Beach County who are voluntarily paying an extra $9 a month to support the effort.
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.