The FPL Dania Beach Clean Energy Center will be thoroughly reviewed by numerous county, state and federal government agencies (see the list below). There will be opportunities for public input during the lengthy review process, which begins this summer (2017).

Should our proposed new facility receive all needed permits and approvals, we expect to begin dismantling the existing power plant in the fall of 2018. Construction of the new facility will take nearly two years, with commercial operations currently scheduled to begin in 2022.

The following government entities are required to review and analyze the planned energy center:

Federal

  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
  • U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

State of Florida

  • Florida Public Service Commission
  • Florida Dept. of Environmental Protection (FDEP)
    • FDEP Siting Coordination Office
    • FDEP Southeast District Office
  • Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission
  • Florida Dept. of Transportation
  • Florida Dept. of Agriculture & Consumer Services
  • Florida Dept. of Economic Opportunity
  • Florida State Historical Preservation Office
  • South Florida Water Management District

County & Local

  • Broward County
  • City of Dania Beach
  • City of Hollywood