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FPL Crews Join Effort to Restore Power to Puerto Rico

Crews, bucket trucks and other equipment have arrived in Puerto Rico to help restore power to areas still impacted by Hurricane Maria.

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B-roll of crews leaving for Puerto Rico from Palm Beach International Airport
B-roll of bucket trucks loaded onto barges for Puerto Rico

Hurricane Irma Photos, B-Roll and News Releases

Before and after Hurricane Irma impacts Florida, FPL will make photos and b-roll available for media to use. Please source Florida Power & Light Company when using these images. In addition, news releases related to the storm are posted below.

Updated photos on restoration efforts. Use "irma" for password.
B-roll links from six Florida media markets

News Releases
Jan 16, 2018

JUNO BEACH, Florida, 16 de enero de 2018 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- Florida Power & Light Company anunció hoy que los clientes no pagarán un recargo por la restauración del huracán Irma...

Jan 16, 2018

Florida Power & Light Company today announced that customers will not pay a surcharge for Hurricane Irma restoration as previously expected. Instead, FPL plans to apply federal tax savings toward...

Jan 8, 2018

Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) today announced 140 additional company lineworkers and support staff deployed to Puerto Rico to help restore power to areas impacted by Hurricane Maria's...

Jan 8, 2018

Florida Power & Light Company today announced the latest major milestones in its ongoing strategy of advancing clean energy affordably for customers: the retirement of one of Florida's largest...

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