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Solar Power

The future of solar in Florida is bright, and we’re leading the way in making the Sunshine State a leader in solar energy with a plan to add hundreds of millions of solar panels as part of our ambitious Real Zero™ goal of eliminating carbon emissions from our power fleet by no later than 2045. We plan to do this with a diverse mix of solar, battery storage, existing nuclear green hydrogen and other renewables sources.  

FPL currently operates dozens of solar energy centers and more than 200 smaller solar installations. We continue to find innovative solutions to advance affordable clean energy for customers and Florida’s growing population.

Benefits of Solar Power

The benefits of solar energy can be both economic and environmental. Private rooftop solar systems can benefit a property owner, and universal solar energy centers – such as FPL’s solar power plants – deliver benefits to all via the energy grid. Solar power is a renewable energy source that can help promote cleaner air by reducing fossil-fuel usage and greenhouse-gas emissions.

How solar power works

  1. As the sun's rays hit the solar cells, the photovoltaic solar panels produce direct current.
  2. Direct current flows from the panels to an inverter that transforms the energy into alternating current.
  3. Alternating current then helps power up homes and businesses.

Our Solar Power Plants

Large-scale solar benefits everyone and is the fastest, most economical way to deliver solar, producing about 2.5 times more energy for the dollar than private rooftop solar.

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