Test your Solar Knowledge
See Solar Up Close Throughout Florida
Flip through to learn more about how FPL SolarNow started, and how each solar array is unique and helping to keep Florida bright.
Solar Experiment: Solar Lantern
Using solar energy and common household items, learn how to harness the power of the sun at night by making your own solar lantern.
Solar Experiment: Which Color Bottle will Blow up the Balloon?
Using solar energy and some common household items, learn which bottle blows up the balloon fastest.
Solar Experiment: What’s the Hottest Type of Matter?
With a few household items and a little critical thinking, you’ll learn which type of matter – gas, liquid or solid – collects more solar energy.
Solar Experiment: Which Color is the Hottest?
Using solar energy and some common household items, learn which color of construction paper gets the hottest in the sun.
Solar Experiment: How to Make a Solar Oven
Use solar energy for cooking at home by building your very own solar oven.
See how thousands of solar panels are generating clean energy for the first town powered by solar.
From kangaroos to Komodo dragons, Zookeeper Mackenzie Ralbovsky shares how these animals benefit from FPL’s solar trees at the zoo.
Palm Beach Zoo
General Curator Mike Terrell tells us how the Zoo is advancing its conservation efforts using solar energy.
30 seconds of calm with surf, sand and solar at FPL SolarNow
Zoo Miami (Español)
El Director de Comunicaciones, Ron Magill, comparte qué animales dependen de los rayos del sol para generar energía.
Communications Director Ron Magill shares which animals rely on the sun’s rays for energy.
Discover how solar works and see how solar energy is helping create a cleaner energy future while protecting Florida’s panther population.
Put Your Favorite Sites on Display with a Virtual Background
Featured Location: FPL Miami-Dade Solar Energy Center
Featured Location: FPL Solar Amphitheater at Bayfront Park in Miami
Solar is all around us. You can see it in action at your local parks, zoos and museums through FPL’s SolarNow program. Learning more about how it works, and its many environmental benefits, can prepare YOU for the future.
How much do you know about solar energy? Take the quiz below and you’ll be one step closer to becoming a solar energy expert.