If consumers can resist the urge to peek into open oven doors and avoid buying inflatable decorations, according to Florida Power & Light Company (FPL), they can save substantially on energy costs during this holiday season.
Two of Florida’s largest companies are linking to enhance public safety interconnectivity as Melbourne-based Harris Corporation and Juno Beach-based Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) partner to advance communications for 10 million FPL customers.
Florida Power & Light (FPL) said Sunday that its 15,000-member team is working to restore power to the hardest-hit areas of the state and is addressing the final 10 percent of
1.2 million customer interruptions caused by Hurrican Matthew.
Florida Power & Light (FPL) is cautioning customers to stay safe in the wake of last week’s hurricane damage while the utility company works around the clock to restore power and keep residents updated.
Hitting the halfway mark midway through the month, Juno Beach-based Florida Power & Light installed its 500,000th new solar panel on Sept. 15, the utility announced — with the expectation of reaching 1 million by year’s end.
Within hours of Hurricane Hermine’s landfall, Florida Power & Light Company lived up to its promise to restore power to tens of thousands of customers, validating the company’s infrastructure investments to protect against severe weather.
When high winds and rains knocked power out for over 96,000 Florida Power & Light customers, FPL crews were on the ground handling the aftermath and restoring utility service for thousands of residents afterwards.