Our smart devices identify, predict and prevent potential issues before they become outages. This means you can go about your day worry-free.
We’re recognized as the nation’s most reliable electric utility and continue to make improvements in your neighborhood.
We’re using the latest technology to deliver your energy future. Get an in-depth look at the cutting-edge technology that powers your life.
Hear Kelly Floyd, an operations manager at the Distribution Control Center, explain how smart devices reduce outages.
Eighteen solar power plants and other solar installations are using more than five million solar panels to help power customers. And, millions more are on the way.
As part of our commitment to becoming America's largest producer of solar energy among electric companies, we’re installing millions of solar panels each year.
His love of Florida began at a young age when he would spend summers in Barefoot Bay visiting his grandparents. Today, he’s part of the largest solar expansion in the country.
We’re transforming our solar energy centers into thriving sanctuaries, providing thousands of acres of habitat for native plants, birds, bumblebees and butterflies.
Natural gas is an affordable part of our energy mix, saving customers $10 billion in fuel costs since 2001, and helping keep bills among the lowest in the nation.
At work as an FPL Natural Gas Trader, I negotiate contracts and find savings to pass on to our customers. At home, I am one of those customers.
We’re replacing old plants and building cleaner, more efficient energy centers that run on natural gas.
* Averages only include utilities that report their rates to EEI and may not be all-inclusive. Alaska and Nebraska are not included within this report.
Data source for all bills except FPL is the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) Typical Bills and Average Rates Report for Winter 2019 based on utility rates effective January 2019. Averages only include utilities that report their rates to EEI and may not be all-inclusive.
FPL bill is based on rates for January 2019 as approved by the Florida Public Service Commission.