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August 3, 2019

Solar Power and Kids – How A Trip To The Park Can Mean More

Marianna Frances –It is genius that Florida Power and Light has started placing solar energy arrays not only around town, but in locations that families are able to get close to them, and see how they can easily be a part of our everyday life.

August 1, 2019

What Makes Solar Energy Green in Palm Beach County

Christina All Day – Just driving around Palm Beach County, you can actually see solar energy thanks to FPL installing solar trees and solar canopies around the county.

July 31, 2019

Solar Energy, Learning, Fun!

The Palm Beach Moms – Before your children go back to school, give them some “info-tainment” with educational and fun things to do close to home, by taking them to see solar energy up close to an FPL SolarNow array.

July 31, 2019

A day on the beach in Boynton

Palm Beach Post – Supported by voluntary contributions, FPL SolarNow’s special solar power installations convert sunshine into clean, emissions-free electricity and deliver it to Florida Power & Light’s energy grid.

July 29, 2019

FPL’s solar trees and canopies teach children about clean energy

NBC 5 West Palm Beach – Thanks to FPL, there are places where families can go see solar panels for themselves, right in their own hometowns. The goal is to inspire children to learn about the importance of clean energy, while being exposed to solar at popular tourism destinations.

June 20, 2019

Summer solstice to bring plenty of sunshine for solar energy

NBC 5 West Palm Beach – FPL solar trees in West Palm Beach are helping to draw attention to the idea of solar energy, especially with the Palm Beach County convention center, Kravis Center, and Howard Park nearby.

March 31, 2019

FPL lights the way for solar energy

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.

March 21, 2019

Welcome to Babcock Ranch, the Sunshine State’s first solar-powered town

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 […]

March 15, 2019

Solar trees and canopies sprouting in Miami parks

South Florida Sun Sentinel – A new species of trees is taking root in some Miami city parks thanks to Florida Power & Light Company.