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About 130 power line poles recently removed in St. Lucie County will soon have new life as an artificial reef in the Atlantic Ocean, thanks to a partnership between Florida Power & Light Company...

FPL offers kids Top 10 Tips to Fight Energy Phantoms lurking in homes this Halloween Florida Power & Light Company doesn’t want its customers to get spooked by energy phantoms creeping around...

FPL is committed to send as much help as possible to the Northeast to assist our fellow utilities in getting the lights back on for their customers. FPL sent a caravan yesterday from the Bradenton...

Students at H.L. Watkins Middle School are discovering that science is more than textbooks and tests. Florida Power & Light Company helped make possible the first robotics facility in the county,...

On Sept. 26, Florida Power & Light Company and local contractors led an effort to benefit a nonprofit organization that helps those in need every day. Fort Myers-based Community Cooperative...

Nova Southeastern University (NSU) opened its new $50 million Center of Excellence for Coral Reef Ecosystems Research, the largest facility of its kind in the country, on Sept. 27 in Hollywood,...

Florida Power & Light Company joins the electric vehicle celebration during the second annual National Plug-In Day. Some of FPL's EV fleet were part of what organizers called a "silent" parade...

FPL hired 18 graduates from the Electrical Power Technology program at MDC. The program is part of the Clean Energy Institute, developed by Miami Dade College and FPL in partnership with the...

As the 20th anniversary of Hurricane Andrew is observed, Florida Power & Light Company is paying special tribute to the members of its team whose work is critical to providing reliable power...

Hundreds of underprivileged Palm Beach County students are ready for the new school year because of the generosity of employees of NextEra Energy companies and Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches....

“This is a great day because FPL is creating jobs today,” said Jose Farinos, Dean of Advanced Technology at Indian River State College in Fort Pierce. “Thanks to this partnership between...

On Aug. 24, Florida and the nation will observe the 20th anniversary of Hurricane Andrew, one of the most dramatic and devastating natural disasters in modern history. For those who lived through...

The improved Online Home Energy Survey helps customers save energy and money with useful tips Have you ever wondered what it costs to power your television or your refrigerator? Florida Power &...

A team of engineers at Florida Power & Light Company works diligently to protect the electric grid from one very persistent and potentially destructive foe: lightning. Florida sustains more...

Florida Power & Light Company, with the help of local contractors, provided an energy makeover to the Central Brevard Humane Society (CBHS) in Cocoa today. As part of FPL's non-profit energy...

With names like Kahuna and Tilly, you would think they would be hanging out with characters like Moondoggie in a Gidget movie, but that’s where any similarities would end. Tilly and Kahuna are...

More than 300 Florida Power & Light Company workers are helping provide emergency restoration assistance to states severely impacted by violent storms that recently hit the Midwest and...

Florida Power & Light Company’s special discounted economic development rate will help Cheney Brothers Inc., one of the largest food service distributors in the Southeastern United States,...

Did you know FPL’s service reliability ranks in the top 25 percent of utilities nationwide? Florida Power & Light’s Delivery Assurance Lead, Eli Cueto, can see things most of us would never...

From Sarasota to Stuart, Miami to Merritt Island, you may not think much about the orange signs you see along Florida roadways warning of utility work ahead. However, if a hurricane strikes in the...

The first day of summer is June 20, marking the beginning of potentially sweltering Florida temperatures that can reach into the triple digits. Summer is also the time when Floridians’ air...

With the official start of summer just one week away, FPL reminds customers that weather is the number one cause of higher electric bills, especially as air conditioning usage increases along with...

No one should have to choose between food or medicine and electricity. Sadly, there are many elderly, disabled, and other individuals who are simply finding themselves in a financial crisis and...

As Floridians turn their attention to the tropics this storm season, Florida Power & Light Company reminds customers that no utility is hurricane proof. While the company’s careful investments...

With hurricane season fast approaching, Florida Power & Light Company invited South Florida meteorologists to its new, category 5-resistant command center in Riviera Beach to meet its own...

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