We’re committed to providing America’s best energy value – electricity that’s not just clean and reliable, but also affordable. We’re making proven and disciplined investments in infrastructure, technology and clean energy while keeping bills below the national average.
We’re taking on the future by eliminating our use of foreign oil and coal and replacing it with solar and clean American-made natural gas. With 30 million solar panels being installed by 2030, and building one of the world’s largest solar battery storage facilities, we’re ready to deliver clean energy 24/7 for generations to come.
For reliable energy you can count on in good weather and bad, we work continually to strengthen and smarten America’s most intelligent grid. In the face of climate change and frequent severe weather, we're putting more of our neighborhood lines underground and hardening poles to make your energy even more resilient.
As the third largest users of electric vehicles in the country, Florida drivers need more places to charge. Our investments in technology allowed us to quickly implement FPL EVolution, an initiative that will increase the amount of charging stations across the state, making it easier for you to drive electric and reduce emissions.
We’re building a cleaner energy future by adding more solar energy and investing in “green hydrogen,” which uses the sun's energy to power equipment that separates hydrogen from oxygen within water. This hydrogen will be mixed with natural gas, generating electricity that is cleaner and could lead us to creating an energy future free of carbon emissions.
As the Cavendish Solar Energy Center operates, a portion of the zero-emissions energy will flow directly to the grid, while the rest goes to a nearby water-filled electrolyzer. The electrolyzer then separates the water into hydrogen and oxygen. The oxygen is released harmlessly into the air, while “green hydrogen” is compressed and stored on-site. Once needed, the hydrogen can be blended with natural gas to produce cleaner energy that can be distributed across FPL’s energy grid.