About the FPL SolarNow™ Program
For only $9 a month or about 30 cents a day, when you join FPL SolarNow you will be joining other customers already supporting the development of solar energy projects in local public areas like parks, zoos and museums.
How the FPL SolarNow™ Program Works
FPL will install, operate and maintain these solar projects
Funds will go toward the development of solar energy projects in local communities – from parking canopies and solar trees to walkways and more
Clean, renewable energy generated from these assets is fed to the grid and benefits the entire community
See Frequently Asked Questions about FPL SolarNow™
Making a Difference in Our Communities
To further support the communities we serve, the NextEra Energy, Inc. charitable foundation (NEE Foundation) contributes $200,000 annually to Florida-based nonprofits dedicated to environmental protection or community development. These organizations help create an even brighter future for Florida.
As a program participant, when you enrolled in FPL SolarNow, you were able to select one of six organizations you wanted to receive a portion of the contribution.
Below is the amount of contributions each nonprofit organization has received as of Dec. 31, 2017.**
As of December, 2017
Habitat for Humanity (local affiliates)
Boys & Girls Club (local affiliates)
The Nature Conservancy, Florida chapter
Save the Manatee Club
**Note: For those charities that have multiple chapters within the FPL service territory, Boys & Girls Clubs and Habitat for Humanity, the proportion earned will be equally distributed to the chapters within the counties where the assets are built.
Energy Savings For You
Controlling your energy usage is easier than you think. Discover how FPL energy savings programs, rebates and additional resources can help you manage your energy usage and save money.See your options
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.
FPL lights the way for solar energy
March 31, 2019
The Sarasota Herald-Tribune – Florida Power & Light is entering a new era at its power-generation plant in northeast Manatee County — a welcome development that stands to benefit consumers and the environment, and establish a benchmark for the industry.
Welcome to Babcock Ranch, the Sunshine State’s first solar-powered town
March 21, 2019
The Washington Post – Babcock Ranch is a groundbreaking concept that residents say they hope will catch on in other parts of Florida. The real energy engine is the solar field north of the town center, down a road sometimes blocked by foraging wood storks and herons. There, poised to capture enough energy to power about 15,000 homes, tilt 340,000 low-to-the-ground solar panels.
Solar trees and canopies sprouting in Miami parks
March 15, 2019
South Florida Sun Sentinel – A new species of trees is taking root in some Miami city parks thanks to Florida Power & Light Company.
Girls Scouts and FPL partner up for first solar canopy in Sarasota
March 15, 2019
Suncoast News Network – The Girls Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida and the Florida Power and Light Company are bringing solar energy to the Suncoast. FPL unveiled the first of its kind solar canopy instillation in Sarasota early Friday afternoon. The power company partnered with local Girls Scouts to spread the importance of renewable energy.
Árbol solar de 24 pies de altura iluminará el Bay of Pigs Memorial Park
March 14, 2019
Miami Despierta – El Comisionado de la Ciudad de Miami, Manolo Reyes, dió la bienvenida a la nueva matriz solar interactiva. La primera de las 10 ubicaciones que cuentan con instalaciones de FPL SolarNow en toda la ciudad.
Solar trees, canopy take root at Palm Beach International
January 24, 2019
Palm Beach Florida Weekly – Palm Beach International Airport and Florida Power & Light Company have joined to add new solar arrays that will promote sustainability to millions of travelers, while embracing the power of the sun. As part of FPL’s SolarNow program, PBIA is now home to three solar trees.
Solar Trees And Canopy Take Root At PBIA
January 18, 2019
The Town-Crier – Florida Power & Light Co. and Palm Beach International Airport and have partnered to add new innovative solar arrays that will promote sustainability to millions of travelers, while harnessing the power of the sun. PBIA is now home to three solar trees as a part of FPL’s SolarNow program.
FPL’s ‘Solar Now’ program brings solar to community hotspots
December 20, 2018
Sun Sentinel – Florida Power & Light Co. has garnered more than 44,000 participants for its voluntary SolarNow program, which supports the installation of solar panels in highly visible locations such as community parks, zoos and museums to generate awareness for solar.
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.
Give the gift of a cleaner tomorrow
For $9 a month, or about 30 cents a day, FPL SolarNow is an easy way to help bring clean solar energy to our communities, giving the next generation the gift of a cleaner tomorrow.Get Started