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February 17, 2021

Take a 360-Degree Virtual Visit to SolarNow Locations

Julie

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Across Florida, solar energy is coming to life. Through immersive, 360-degree photos, you can now virtually visit one of FPL SolarNow’s 60+ locations at parks, museums and zoos across the state that will make you feel as if you are standing underneath a solar tree or solar canopy. Each solar array harnesses power from the sun while generating energy for the local community.

Want to take a trip to the park, museum or the beach from the comfort of your own home? Check it out for yourself!

Relax at the Park

At Morgan Levy Park, you’ll find two solar trees and other wonderful amenities. Sports fans can see soccer and solar in one convenient location – right in the heart of Doral.

A solar canopy is the cornerstone of a new playground at Melrose Park, offering a shaded area for parents watching children play. With almost two acres of a green oasis in this urban Allapattah community, this park is a local institution and thriving hangout.

Located just a short walk from Rosemary Square, Howard Park in West Palm Beach offers various amenities. Get in shape on the fitness trail, enjoy the basketball court or play a round of shuffleboard with friends at the Community Center.

Day at the Museum

Located in downtown Fort Lauderdale, the Museum of Discovery and Science features traveling and permanent exhibits. Spend a day of discovery exploring hundreds of interactive exhibits, including an outdoor science park.

The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science is a science museum, planetarium, and aquarium located in Miami. Check out the solar trees located at the entrance of the museum.

By the Sea

At Oceanfront Park in Boynton Beach, solar trees and two solar canopies offer shaded parking. Enjoy water sports and activities including sport fishing, boating, and biking, or just relax.

There is no waterfront park like Margaret Pace Park. This eight-acre oasis along the shores of Key Biscayne offers multiple dog parks, workout zones and even a public tennis facility.

Beachfront Charnow Park has shaded seating areas, picnic pavilions, a playground and an interactive foundation that delights visitors. The park is situated right on the boardwalk of Hollywood Beach.

Want to check out more virtual visits?

There’s plenty more to explore and learn. By transforming zoos, parks, museums and other local attractions into living classrooms that show solar energy in action, we are committed to teaching communities about renewable energy.

Visit Tradewinds Park, Delevoe Park, Zoo Miami, Moore Park, Bay of Pigs Park, ArtsPark at Young Circle and South Florida Science Center and Aquarium for more 360-degree virtual visits.