Florida Solar Projects in Operation

Large-scale solar installations are the fastest and most cost-effective way to bring solar energy to more Floridians. There are currently three FRP solar sites in operation throughout Florida.

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Harmony Solar

The Harmony Solar site in Orange County is a 74.5 MW facility that opened in 2020.

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Taylor Creek Solar

The Taylor Creek Solar site in Osceola County is a 74.5 MW facility that opened in 2020.

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Bell Ridge Solar

The Bell Ridge Solar site in Gilchrist County is a 74.5 MW facility that opened in 2023.

Solar Site Characteristics

Florida Renewable Partners’ solar site projects are typically 74.5 megawatts (MW). Sites produce enough clean emissions-free energy to power about 15,000 homes while reducing emissions equivalent to taking about 14,000 gasoline-dependent cars off the road annually. Our solar energy sites use a free and renewable resource – Florida’s abundant supply of sunlight – to generate cost-effective electricity. Check out these other key features:



Increased Tax Revenue

Generates hundreds of thousands of dollars in tax revenue yearly for the counties where they operate




Zero carbon emissions



Environmentally Friendly

Feature native vegetation and wildflowers to support wildlife and pollinators




Generates air and water quality benefits




Site status and performance monitored 24/7


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Job Creation

Provides an economic boost and generates about 250 jobs during peak construction phase



Virtually Invisible

Panels sit low to the ground and are often hidden from view behind trees and shrubs



Great Neighbors

No water or fuel required, no lights at night, no increase to traffic and no property value impacts