FPL | Home Energy Makeovers
 

Community Outreach

Home Energy Makeovers

FPL employees, local governments, community organizations, conservation contractors and other partners have joined forces to provide low-income homeowners with free Home Energy Makeovers.

More than 700 homes have been equipped with energy-saving upgrades such as weatherstripping, compact fluorescent light bulbs, low-flow faucets and showerheads, and lifetime air conditioning filters. The improvements can save the homeowners up to 25 percent annually on their utility bills.

FPL's energy-efficiency experts provide homeowners with energy-saving tips. Conduct your own home energy makeover

When

Where

Who

2012 West Palm Beach
(Poinciana Park)
West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio and city leaders, volunteers and FPL energy experts
Holly Hill Holly Hill Mayor Roy Johnson and city employees, volunteers and FPL energy experts
2011 Sarasota Sarasota Mayor Suzanne Atwell and city leaders, volunteers and FPL energy experts
West Palm Beach
(Coleman Park)
West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio and city leaders, volunteers and FPL energy experts
North Miami Miami-Dade County Commissioner Jean Monestime, the North Miami City Council including Mayor Andre D. Pierre, Esq., volunteers and FPL energy experts

2010

Bradenton/Palmetto City volunteers and FPL energy experts
Florida City Mayor Otis T. Wallace, city volunteers and FPL energy experts
Riviera Beach Riviera Beach City Councilwoman Judy L. Davis, city volunteers and FPL energy experts

2009

City of Bunnell

Mayor Catherine Robinson with volunteers from the city of Bunnell

City of Cocoa

Mayor Blake with volunteers from the city of Cocoa

2008

City of Miami

Mayor Manny Diaz and volunteers from the city of Miami

City of Fort Pierce

Commissioner Chris Craft with volunteers from the city of Ft. Pierce

2007

City of Fort Lauderdale

Front Porch

City of West Palm Beach

Mayor Lois Frankel's office and volunteers from the city of West Palm Beach

2006

Sarasota

Community Foundation and Front Porch