March 2017 Newsletter    |    View this email in your browser.
Spreading sunshine across Florida
Creating a better tomorrow is important to all of us. That’s why we’re using U.S.-produced natural gas and our state’s very own sunshine to bring your business affordable clean energy.

In 2016, the Port Everglades Next Generation Clean Energy Center went into service and is more than 90 percent cleaner and 35 percent more efficient. We also tripled our solar energy production by adding one million new solar panels, which is approximately 225 megawatts. And, we’re continuing to do our part to advance clean energy by adding eight more solar energy centers by early next year.
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New ways to keep you informed during an outage
Your business will now receive email alerts in the unlikely event your power goes out. Would you also like to receive text or voice messages? No problem!
Energy Answers
Are tankless water heaters better than traditional water heaters?
– Felix G., Miami
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Investing in Florida's Workforce
One way we're working with the communities we serve is by supporting STEM education programs. We sponsor robotics teams and have partnered with non-profits to help bring robotics to students.
Resolving your power issue before the lights go out
We're always working to improve the energy system and investing in technology that helps improve your service. Thanks to our smart technology, we're able to detect and, in many cases, prevent outages before they happen.
Together, we make great things happen
The FPL SolarNow program is just one of the many ways we're using Florida's very own sunshine to generate more clean energy in the local communities we serve. Be part of the growing number of community members who are leading the way to a cleaner energy future.
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"Highest in Customer Satisfaction among Large Utilities in the South" - J.D. Power
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