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Month: July 2017

FPL and Brightline announce clean energy partnership

Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) has partnered with Brightline, the express intercity passenger train service that will run between West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Miami, to provide clean biodiesel to fuel the trains. FPL, which has used clean, high-quality biodiesel as a fuel for its trucks for nearly two decades, will supply Brightline with 2 million gallons annually of a custom biodiesel blend under a two-year contract.

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High School Students Show Off Skills at FPL

At FPL, we’re committed to supporting education programs that spark student creativity, interest and involvement in STEM programs. This is one way we’re working with the communities we serve to help make Florida an even better place to work and live. We know STEM programs prepare today’s students for exciting and well-paid jobs in the future – and these are the future employees we look for. That’s why to-date, we’ve sponsored 70 robotics teams across our service area.

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Bringing Energy Efficiency Education to Schools

At FPL, we’re committed to education and enriching Florida students’ experiences. One way we do this is by partnering with The National Theatre for Children (NTC) to bring to elementary schools throughout our service area Captain Wattage – a show about electricity and energy conservation.

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Stay Safe this Fourth of July Holiday

The smell of barbeque is in the air and fireworks light up the night sky. At FPL, we’re excited to celebrate Independence Day and want to remind our customers to stay safe during the holiday. Here are seven tips you and your family can follow to stay safe this Fourth of July

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Hot Weather Means Higher Bills

Hi Bernice, this is the age-old question, and is asked time and time again during the summer months as temperatures continue to rise. It’s plain and simple – your A/C is one of the largest energy users in your home and can account for more than half of your energy bill. So when your A/C runs longer, your energy bill is going to be higher.

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