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Tripled our Solar Capacity in 2016 with Eight More Solar Power Plants by 2018

Last year, FPL installed 1 million solar panels to create three new solar energy centers, which can generate 225 megawatts of clean energy from the sun. By 2018, the company plans to build eight more similar power plants, which produce zero-emissions and are virtually silent.

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B-roll from commissioning event of three solar sites completed in 2016
B-roll from Manatee, Citrus and Babcock Ranch solar energy centers

FPL Wins National Award for Best Reliability in the U.S.

Florida Power & Light Company is recognized nationally as the winner of the 2016 ReliabilityOneâ„¢ National Reliability Excellence Award for the second consecutive year.

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FPL Prepares for Storm Season

Throughout the year, FPL prepares for storm season. From strengthening the grid to using the latest technology, the company ensures that it will be able to restore electric service safely and as quickly as possible once a storm passes. In May, more than one-third of the company's employees participate in the weeklong storm drill to test our readiness based on a virtual hurricane.

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B-roll of hurricane preparedness

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Mar 23, 2017

Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) today announced that its ongoing efforts to improve service reliability continued to pay dividends for its customers in 2016, based on performance data filed...

Mar 15, 2017

Florida Power & Light Company today announced that it has selected Blattner Energy and Black & Veatch – two of the nation's premiere providers of renewable energy engineering, procurement and...

Mar 14, 2017

Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) is deploying 320 employees and contractors to New York in support of power restoration activity as a Nor'easter continues to impact the Mid-Atlantic and New...

Mar 1, 2017

Florida Power & Light Company today announced the names and locations of its 2017 and 2018 universal solar projects, consisting of eight new 74.5-megawatt solar power plants that will be built...

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