Join the nation’s largest community solar program and share in the economic and environmental benefits of Florida based large-scale solar while receiving monthly bill credits on your FPL bill.
The FPL SolarTogether® program is growing. An additional 24 solar energy centers — 1,788 MW of subscription capacity – will be built, operated, and maintained. The extension of the program adds even more value, including a diversified portfolio with new centers coming online in Northwest Florida.
With a total of 44 solar energy centers generating clean energy, current and new program participants will all share in the benefits – making the program even more accessible and beneficial for everyone.
FPL SolarTogether Subscription
100 kW subscription share
x $6.76/kW fixed subscription rate
Your Monthly Subscription Cost
Solar Energy Produced
180 hrs per month
x 100 kW subscription share
18,000 kWh solar energy
18,000 kWh solar energy produced
x $0.03598/kWh subscription credit rate/kWh
Your Monthly Bill Credit
* Illustrative examples presented here for discussion purposes only, program charges and credits will be established per the Florida PSC approved tariff.
* 1. The graphic above is an estimate based on historical data from satellite and ground-based measurements averaged over two decades. While this data is useful in estimating average program credits over the life of the program, it is important to understand that in any given month, season or year, actual credits may be higher or lower than the average. Actual solar generation is influenced by varying weather conditions, such as cloudiness, temperature, the angle of the sun, rainfall and other factors. Due to this weather variability, it is expected that actual subscription credits will vary from the estimate month-to-month, year-to-year or over multi-year periods.
2. Assumes 447 MW in 2023, 745 MW in 2024 and 596 MW in 2025; construction timing subject to market disruption and variability, such as construction delays due to solar panel availability.
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