Electrify Your Florida Road Trip

Florida Power & Light Company has taken the guesswork out recharging your roadtrip ride with the unveiling of the EV Expressway

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Nathan and Cam with coffee and donuts in front of EV chargers
Fuel up the family and your EV at one of FPL’s EVolution public charging stations.

Road-tripping season is upon us, and for anyone hitting the road in an electric vehicle this spring and summer, Florida Power & Light Company has you covered. FPL has officially taken the guesswork out of where to recharge your ride during your trip with the unveiling of the EV Expressway. The interactive digital travel tool offers an array of activities to explore all over the Sunshine State, located near the company’s EVolution public charging
network—which includes 1,000 ports and counting.

“As more drivers plan to hit the road this year to visit Florida’s top theme parks, attractions, and beaches, they are turning toward EVs as a sustainable means of transport,” said Crystal Stiles, executive director of Development, Distributed Technologies, and Mobility at Florida Power & Light Company. “With that increase in travelers comes the demand for convenient infrastructure, and the FPL EV Expressway allows drivers to easily map out their itinerary and charge conveniently on the way to their destination.”

FPL Evolution chargers at Midtown at PGA in Palm Beach Gardens.
FPL Evolution chargers at Midtown at PGA in Palm Beach Gardens.

With fast charging stations dotted across more than 800 miles of Florida roadways from coast to coast, drivers can plan their road trip in advance with a smaller impact on the environment. Drivers can find them located in top hot spots like Daytona Beach, South Beach, and Sarasota.

In Palm Beach County, charge up at FPL EVolution fast charging stations at Midtown at PGA, Florida’s Turnpike Service Plaza in West Palm Beach, and near the Starbucks at the intersection of Okeechobee Boulevard and I-95. Additional Level 2 charging stations can be found at popular tourism destinations like Lion Country Safari, Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, Manatee Lagoon – An FPL Eco-Discovery Center, and more.

To plan your sustainable road trip, click here.

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