A brighter future
we can all share


Now, it’s easy and affordable for you to participate in solar. Enroll today to reserve your subscription and guarantee your spot.


 

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The first six solar plants were fully subscribed in only three days!
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Powered by the sun. And by you.

The FPL SolarTogether™ program will create a cleaner environment – lowering your carbon footprint, saving you money over time, and producing more affordable energy. Together, we’re making the future of Florida even brighter.

DID YOU KNOW?

 

The nation's largest community solar program, FPL SolarTogether™ is helping make Florida a leader in solar energy.

HOW IT WORKS

 

We're working hard to make solar easier and more accessible 

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We’re bringing even more solar to Florida

Increasing the amount of solar energy available makes accessing the benefits of solar easier and more affordable than ever. The SolarTogether program is offered to all FPL customers, whether you rent or own your home, condo or business – no matter where you live in Florida.

 

 

See how easy it is to participate

See how easy it is to go participate

  • No panels on your roof – no equipment needed
  • Works wherever you live – solar energy comes from Florida-based solar energy centers
  • Clean solar energy goes with you when you move within FPL’s service territory

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Lower your bill over time

As a participant in the program, you can choose to get up to 100% of your energy from solar*. Pay a fixed monthly subscription charge and immediately start receiving bill credits. Over time, your credits will be more than your monthly charge, lowering your bill.

 

 

Learn more about subscription charges and bill credits 

Learn more about subscription charges and bill credits 

  • Subscription may only be purchased in 1 kW increments at a fixed cost of $6.76/kW
  • Your subscription charge will not change for as long as you are in the program
  • You get bill credits for your share of the solar energy produced
  • Predicted bill reduction within 3-5 years
  • Break-even by year 7. Break-even is the point at which your total subscription credits received are equal to your total subscription charges, helping to lower your bill over time

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The FPL SolarTogether program is solar energy we can all share - and we're making it easy and more accessible.

Join the movement for a cleaner energy future by lowering your carbon footprint. Together, we can create a cleaner tomorrow, keeping Florida beautiful for generations to come.

The SolarTogether program gives everyone the opportunity to participate in the benefits of solar. Download and share the brochure with detailed program benefits.

Download now

MAKING A DIFFERENCE

 

One year of solar energy in your home can equal:

(with a 5kW subscription*)

 

4.03

tons of CO2

emissions avoided

9,065

miles of

driving avoided

60

trees

planted

 

The environmental CO2 emissions equivalence (miles driven and trees planted) are statistic from Environmental Protection Agency’s Green House Gas Calculator.

The SolarTogether program gives everyone the opportunity to participate in the benefits of solar. Download and share the brochure with detailed program benefits.

Download now

 
 
MAKING A DIFFERENCE

 

One year of solar energy in your home can equal:

(with a 5 kW subscription*)

4.03

tons of CO2

emissions avoided

The environmental CO2 emissions equivalence (miles driven and trees planted) are statistic from the Environmental Protection Agency’s Green House Gas Calculator.
MAKING A DIFFERENCE

 

One year of solar energy in your home can equal:

(with a 5 kW subscription*)

9,065

miles of

driving avoided

The environmental CO2 emissions equivalence (miles driven and trees planted) are statistic from the Environmental Protection Agency’s Green House Gas Calculator.
MAKING A DIFFERENCE

 

One year of solar energy in your home can equal:

(with a 5 kW subscription*)

60

trees

planted

The environmental CO2 emissions equivalence (miles driven and trees planted) are statistic from the Environmental Protection Agency’s Green House Gas Calculator.
THE NUMBERS

 

The FPL SolarTogether program can lower your bill - and reduce your environmental impact

If your average monthly bill is and you get of your energy from the SolarTogether program, here's the impact.
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For illustrative purposes. Savings are calculated based on standard residential rates. Actual net savings and credits may vary.
FOR THE SAKE OF COMPARISON

 

See why the FPL SolarTogether program is solar for everyone

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CUSTOMER OWNED ROOFTOP SOLAR
No contracts
No upfront costs

No maintenance

Receive bill credits

Works even if you move
Works for homeowners, renters, condos
Receive Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)
Requires solar panel ownership

With 30 million new solar panels by 2030, Florida is lighting and leading the way.

More than

2,000,000

homes powered

by solar

 

 

 

More than

100

solar energy

centers

 

 

 

10,000 MW

of solar

 

 

Questions?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, will FPL be installing panels on my roof?

With my participation, will the solar energy produced through the program be delivered directly to my residence or business?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

A Renewable Energy Certificate (REC) represents one megawatt hour of electricity from a renewable power plant such as the FPL SolarTogether solar facilities.  When you elect to have RECs retired as part of this program, you can legally claim that your business or home has “gone solar”.  Each REC is uniquely serial numbered and tracked in a certified renewable energy registry that documents ownership of the REC. If you want to legally claim that your energy use comes from solar then you should elect REC retirement during enrollment. For more information about RECs, see https://www.epa.gov/greenpower/renewable-energy-certificates-recs.

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, will FPL be installing panels on my roof?

With my participation, will the solar energy produced through the program be delivered directly to my residence or business?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, will FPL be installing panels on my roof?

No, panels will not be installed on your roof or on your property. As a participant, you are subscribing to a share of Florida based large-scale solar power plants.

With my participation, will the solar energy produced through the program be delivered directly to my residence or business?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, will FPL be installing panels on my roof?

With my participation, will the solar energy produced through the program be delivered directly to my residence or business?

No, the power generated by the FPL SolarTogether solar plants will be delivered directly to the energy grid, where it is combined with power generated from conventional energy sources in FPL’s system.  

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See what our customers are saying about the program

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Ultimately, you’re getting a credit for doing nothing but making a switch to solar energy…which is nice.

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I love everything about it. There’s no upfront cost. The key is savings on your bill starts right away.

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The hard part about solar energy is that you have to put some big upfront cost in it. This looks like you don’t need to do that.

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…if this is better for the environment and the people, healthy-wise, safe-wise, I’m all for it.

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What’s great about this program is that you’ll save a few cents, it’ll lower your bill, but ultimately it’s FPL’s way of being green.

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I … like the opportunity to enjoy the economic / environmental benefits of solar energy while receiving bill credits.

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GUARANTEE YOUR SUBSCRIPTION

 

 

 

FPL will build, operate and maintain 20 solar power plants dedicated to the program – the first six solar power plants that are up and operational are fully subscribed. We are now taking reservations for the next solar projects.

 

What this means to you:

  • Enroll to reserve your subscription -- the amount of energy you wish to come from solar, up to 100% of your energy use
  • Your “Reserved Status” guarantees your subscription and spot in the SolarTogether program
  • Your subscription and benefits associated with your participation will become active when the solar power plants associated with your subscription(s) become operational in early 2021

 

 

RESERVE YOUR SPOT NOW

Thousands of customers have already enrolled


*Program Disclaimer:


FPL SolarTogether program is a Florida Public Service Commission approved limited subscription offering. Subscriptions will be filled on a first come first serve basis. As such, FPL cannot guarantee subscription availability for all customers who wish to enroll. Enrollees are subject to the program terms and conditions. By subscribing to the program, 100% of subscription charges collected will offset the costs associated with building and operating twenty new solar energy centers (1,490 MW of solar generation capacity) throughout the FPL service territory. Participating customers may elect a subscription size that represents up to 100% of their previous 12-month electricity usage as determined by FPL. As a participant of the program you will be charged a monthly subscription fee and will receive monthly subscription credits. Overtime it is projected that the credits participants receive will offset the subscription charges paid; helping lower the participants’ FPL bills. The energy delivered to your home or business will continue to be from all FPL generating sources. If you wish to claim the renewable attributes of your subscription (i.e. get up to 100% of your energy from solar) you must elect to retire the Renewable Energy Certificates. For more details on renewable energy certificates please see: https://www.fpl.com/energy-my-way/solar/solartogether-res/faq.html


Through the addition of twenty new solar energy centers (1,490 MW of solar generation capacity), the program will reduce reliance on energy produced by fossil fuel generation facilities.