Engaging with our Communities

We strive to improve community engagement and foster strong ties to the communities in which we operate, which can lead to benefits for everyone. Since the founding of our company in 1925, we've been passionate about ensuring that our investments and operations have a positive impact on the communities we serve. That's why we're committed to:

  • Strengthening our communities by volunteering our time.
  • Supporting education at all levels to create and sustain a well-equipped workforce.
  • Driving economic development by investing billions in our nation's energy infrastructure, creating jobs and generating enough affordable, reliable and clean energy to power millions of homes and businesses.
  • Contributing to public safety by educating the public about our operations.
  • Engaging and partnering with our communities on issues of mutual concern.
  • Giving financially to important community causes.
NexEra Energy Employee Volunteer

Volunteer Work

By contributing thousands of hours of volunteer work each year, our employees are making a difference in the communities we serve.


Wind Energy Education

Supporting Education

We're investing in the next generation of leaders by empowering students and supporting education initiatives at all grade levels.


Wind Site Construction

Economic Development

By stimulating infrastructure investment, job creation and community development, we're doing our part to strengthen local economies.


FPL Charitable donation

Donations and Sponsorships

We're committed to supporting the initiatives our communities care about most through charitable donations and community sponsorships.


FPL Safer Homes Fewer Burns Program

Public Safety

Safety always comes first, and we work every day to ensure the safety of our operations and the public's involvement in them.



Advocating for Good Public Policy

We believe that good government benefits not only our company, but also our communities and our stakeholders.


*All metrics in this section are as of year-end 2019 unless otherwise noted.