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April 09, 2019
FPL SolarNow Takes Over the 305
Miami is a city that shines brightly, with glistening skyscrapers, shimmering waterfronts and, of course, radiant sunshine. That’s what makes it such a great location for emerging clean energy innovation.
March 01, 2019
SolarNow Takes Root Along Florida’s West Coast
For families living in and visiting Florida’s West Coast, the FPL SolarNow program is bringing clean energy generation to life.
January 29, 2019
FPL SolarNow™ Launches at Kennedy Space Center
Solar energy continues to take off across the state of Florida thanks to SolarNow participants, and we’ve just added a new solar display at the birthplace of American space travel.
November 19, 2018
1 Million Solar Panels Coming to Miami-Dade County
Solar energy is growing in Miami-Dade County as FPL builds the county’s first solar energy center and interactive solar arrays are installed across the county.
September 10, 2018
Visit a SolarNow Project Location During your Next Staycation
Whether you’re visiting the beauty of the Sunshine State or you live in Florida and are looking for your next staycation, you’ve come to the right place to find the top destinations and activities to fill your itinerary.
August 30, 2018
Join Us at the Fort Lauderdale Museum of Discovery & Science
As a SolarNow member, you have access to special events and fun activities at many of our SolarNow partner venues throughout Florida.
July 16, 2018
Four Ways to Spark Interest in FPL’s SolarNow Program
We’re looking to grow the program—and we can use your help! Here are four fun ways to encourage your family, friends and community to get involved with FPL’s SolarNow program.
May 20, 2018
Three Ways FPL’s SolarNow is Changing Florida
Our innovative solar trees and canopies help generate clean and renewable energy for our communities. We can all recognize that this is a good thing, but how will these efforts change Florida for the better?