Join us for a Solar Staycation
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: What’s the hottest color?
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
As we continue to practice social distancing, take a 360 virtual visit to one of our locations from the comfort of your own home. Check out some of your favorite local parks and museums where FPL SolarNow arrays are located!
Nestled along the Manatee River, this tranquil haven contains a wildlife habitat for native wading birds such as the wood stork, snowy egret and Roseate spoonbill.
For decades, Girl Scouts have learned important life skills while making memories and lasting friendships while camping at Honi Hanta.
Scouts can see a solar canopy, that not only provides shaded parking – but also generates clean energy for the community.
A solar canopy is the cornerstone of a new playground at this recently revitalized park in Miami, offering a shaded area for parents watching children play.
You’ll find two solar trees that join other wonderful amenities at this park. Sports fans can see soccer and solar in one convenient location – right in the heart of Doral.
This park honors one of Fort Lauderdale’s first Black police officers, who served as a community activist, politician and civil rights leader. Here at his namesake park, a large solar canopy provides shade over the fitness area.
This park in Miami has a variety of facilities, including a recreation center, playground area, basketball and tennis courts. It now also offers two solar canopies, which cover benches to shade basketball spectators from the sun.
A science museum, planetarium, and aquarium located in Miami. You can’t miss the SolarNow trees, which are located at the entrance of the museum.
A landmark in the West Palm Beach community, this location features the Hall of Discovery and educational programs. Visit to see a solar tree and enjoy the FPL SolarScape to learn more about renewable energy.
From art sculptures to a playground – you can find your fun at ArtsPark in Hollywood. Catch some shade under two solar trees that generate clean energy.
Get in shape on the fitness trail, enjoy the basketball court or bring your furry friends to the dog park. Our three solar trees are the perfect addition to this local West Palm Beach hangout.