A brighter future
we can all share

 

Now, it’s easy and affordable for you to go 100% solar, no matter where you live.  Support the growth of solar in Florida.

 

Open enrollment begins on March 17 at noon.

 

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Powered by the sun. And by you.

FPL SolarTogether works hard for the environment and for you – lowering your carbon footprint, saving you money, and producing clean, affordable energy. Together, we’re making the future of Florida even brighter.

DID YOU KNOW?

 

FPL SolarTogether is the nation’s largest community solar program, helping make Florida a leader in solar energy.

HOW IT WORKS

 

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

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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. FPL SolarTogether is available for all customers, whether you rent or own your home, condo or business – no matter where you live in Florida.

 

 

See how easy it is to go solar

See how easy it is to go solar

  • 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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FPL SolarTogether will lower your bill over time

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 

  • The subscription charge won’t change as long as you stay 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, making your savings greater than your cost and continuing to lower your bill

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FPL SolarTogether is good energy we can all share – and we’re making it easy on your wallet!

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.

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

MAKING A DIFFERENCE

 

One year of solar energy in your home can equal:

4.03

tons of CO2

emissions avoided

MAKING A DIFFERENCE

 

One year of solar energy in your home can equal:

9,065

miles of

driving avoided

MAKING A DIFFERENCE

 

One year of solar energy in your home can equal:

60

trees

planted

THE NUMBERS

 

FPL SolarTogether can lower your bill – and reduce your environmental impact

If your average monthly bill is and you get of your energy from FPL SolarTogether, here's the impact.
View average monthly breakdown
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 FPL SolarTogether is solar for everyone

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

 

 

FPL SolarTogether subscribing customers share in the costs and benefits of the dedicated FPL SolarTogether generation and are entitled, upon their request, to the environmental attributes Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) associated with their subscription.

Questions?

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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?

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

All FPL customers and all rate classes are eligible to participate in the program whether you own or rent your residence or business. The monthly subscription charge and subscription credit rates are the same for all rate classes.

 

The program is available throughout FPL’s service territory on a first-come, first-served basis, subject to subscription availability.  

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?

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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?

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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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I like the fact that FPL takes care of everything. You don’t have to worry about anything.

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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 up front 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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Questions?

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

All FPL customers and all rate classes are eligible to participate in the program whether you own or rent your residence or business. The monthly subscription charge and subscription credit rates are the same for all rate classes.
 
The program is available throughout FPL’s service territory on a first-come, first-served basis, subject to subscription availability.  

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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. 

What is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

FPL SolarTogether was designed to give all FPL customers, whether you rent or own your home or business, with an opportunity to directly participate in the benefits of Florida-based large-scale solar energy.  Participants will pay a fixed monthly subscription charge that fits their personal budget and receive monthly subscription credits on their FPL bill while directly supporting the expansion of solar energy in Florida.

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

FPL is committed to advancing the use of clean solar energy in Florida. The program is designed for customers who may not have the ability or desire to install their own solar rooftop systems, with an affordable and accessible alternative to participate in the benefits of solar while directly supporting the expansion of solar energy in Florida.

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

FPL will build, operate and maintain twenty new solar power plants throughout FPL’s service territory dedicated to this program. To participate, you must live or do business within FPL’s service territory.

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, you can choose to have up to 100% of your annual energy usage to come from solar.

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

The monthly subscription charge is a fixed dollar amount per kilowatt subscribed. This charge reflects the costs related to construct, operate and maintain the solar plants being built by FPL to support this program. 

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

The monthly subscription credit represents your share of the solar energy produced by the solar power plants in a given month, multiplied by the subscription credit rate. Subscription credit rate will increase annually subsequently, your monthly subscription credits are expected to increase the longer you are in the program, reducing your bill over time.

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

The monthly subscription charge and credit will appear as individual line items on your FPL bill. 

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

Subscription requests will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Upon completion of the enrollment process, you will receive a confirmation email or letter detailing your subscription, including subscription level, monthly subscription charge and projected billing start date. 

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Open enrollment will begin on March 17, 2020. 
 
During open enrollment, to ensure a speedy enrollment process for all customers, during peak enrollment times, FPL may use a virtual waiting room that allows customers to get ‘in-line’ for program enrollment, while other customers complete the process.

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

During open enrollment, to ensure a speedy enrollment process for all customers, during peak enrollment times, FPL may use a virtual waiting room that allows customers to get ‘in-line’ for program enrollment, while other customers complete the process.

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

Enrolling will not change in any way the number of kWh you consume on a monthly basis, it will have no impact on your existing electric rate structure, time-of-use charges and/or demand charges.
 
Your monthly subscription charge and credit will appear as individual line items on your FPL bill.

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

If you receive a “Reserved” confirmation status upon enrolling, your enrollment will become active when the solar power plants associated with your subscription(s) becomes operational. Your “Reserved” status guarantees your subscription in the program.
 
You will receive confirmation of your projected billing start date during the enrollment process or you can access this information on your FPL SolarTogether dashboard on FPL.com.

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

If FPL SolarTogether is fully subscribed, you will be able to join a waitlist and will be notified when more subscription becomes available.

You will be notified based on the order you joined the waitlist and will have two weeks to enroll. You can ask to be removed from the waitlist at any time.

Subscription availability can occur when a:
  • Existing participant decreases their subscription; or
  • Existing participant unsubscribes from the FPL SolarTogether program

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

In order to participate in FPL SolarTogether, your account must be current with no delinquent balances and you must have 12-months of usage data associated with your account.
 
Participation in the FPL SolarTogether program may also be terminated by FPL if you become subject to collection actions on your FPL account.

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

You may elect to reduce your subscription or unsubscribe from the program at any time, after your first billing cycle in the program. However, if you unsubscribe, you will not be able to re-enroll for a 12-month period, subject to subscription availability.  
 
If your enrollment status is confirmed as “Reserved”, you will be able to unsubscribe from the program, up to 30 days prior to your projected billing start date. Your projected billing start date will be provided during the enrollment process or you can access this information on your FPL SolarTogether dashboard on FPL.com.
 
You may increase your subscription amount once per year within 30 days following your enrollment anniversary date.

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

After you complete the enrollment process, you will receive confirmation of your projected billing start date or you can access this information on your FPL SolarTogether dashboard on FPL.com.

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

Initially, we expect that you will see a slight increase in your monthly FPL bill before you realize a net bill reduction within 3 to 5 years.
 
We estimate that you could achieve simple payback within 7 years - simple payback is the point at which your total subscription credits received are more than your total subscription charges.

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

Yes, your subscription is transferable as long as you move to another location within FPL’s service territory and the account remains under the same name.

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

RECs represent and convey the renewable and environmental attributes of renewable generation to the owner and the right to claim that their home or business is powered by renewable energy. A REC is equivalent to one megawatt-hour (MWh) of generation from renewable energy sources. For more information about RECs, see https://www.epa.gov/greenpower/renewable-energy-certificates-recs.

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?

Why am I not eligible to participate in the FPL SolarTogether program?

After I enroll in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I unsubscribe or make changes to my subscription?

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program when will billing begin?

When can I expect to see the FPL SolarTogether program lower my monthly FPL bill?

What if I move – is my FPL SolarTogether subscription transferable?

What are Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs)?

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, am I able to obtain the Renewable Energy Credits (RECs)?

Yes. During the enrollment process, you may elect to have the Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) associated with your subscription retired on your behalf. Most customers select this option if they have corporate renewable sustainability goals.
 
FPL will provide you with the appropriate documentation if RECs retirement is elected during the enrollment process.

As a participant in the FPL SolarTogether program, can I claim the Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit?

How will the FPL SolarTogether solar power plants perform during/after a hurricane?

How is FPL SolarTogether different from the FPL SolarNow™ program?

Will participants in FPL SolarNow be impacted by this new program?

How does FPL SolarTogether compare to private (rooftop) solar? 

Who can participate in FPL SolarTogether?

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 is the FPL SolarTogetherSM program?

Why is FPL offering the FPL SolarTogether program?

Where will FPL SolarTogether solar power plants be built – must I live in the same community as the solar plants? 

If I participate in the FPL SolarTogether program, how much solar energy can I subscribe to?

What does the monthly subscription charge represent?

What does the monthly subscription credit represent?

How will the FPL SolarTogether monthly subscription charge and credit appear on my FPL bill?

How will I know if I will get the total subscription amount I’m requesting during enrollment?

When will I be able to enroll in the program?

Why was I placed in a virtual waiting room?

Does enrolling in the FPL SolarTogether program impact my current electric rate structure, time-of-use, demand charges, and/or load control credits?

I have enrolled in the FPL SolarTogether program and my confirmation status is marked “Reserved”. What does it mean if my status is “Reserved”?

What if the FPL SolarTogether program is sold out and I want to participate?