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    By the Numbers

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    Profile

    2014

    2015

    2016

    2017

    2018

    Operating Revenues

    $17.0 billion

    $17.5 billion

    $16.1 billion

    $17.2 billion

    $16.7 billion

    Net income attributable to NextEra Energy

    $2.5 billion

    $2.8 billion $2.9 billion $5.4 billion $6.6 billion
    Earnings per share (assuming dilution)

    $5.60

    $6.06 $6.24 $11.39  $13.88
    Total equity

    $20.2 billion

    $23.1 billion $25.3 billion $29.5 billion $37.4 billion
    Total capitalization

    $44.2 billion

    $49.8 billion $53.1 billion $60.9 billion $64.7 billion
    Cash flows from operating activities

    $5.5 billion

    $6.1 billion $6.4 billion $6.5 billion $6.6 billion
    Total assets

    $74.6 billion

    $82.5 billion $90.0 billion $98.0 billion $103.7 billion
    Total Annual Capital Expenditures1

    $7.0 billion

    $8.4 billion $9.6 billion $10.7 billion $13.0 billion
    NextEra Energy Owned Nameplate Generation Capacity at end of year (MW)2 3   
    Coal4

    897

    1,138 888 1,218

    964

    Natural Gas/Oil

    14,532

    14,475 15,670 15,870

    13,424

    Natural Gas

    9,518

    9,642 6,060 6,090

    7,320

    Nuclear

    6,173

    6,173 6,173 6,176

    6,202

    Oil

    1,444

    1,390 890 890

    890

    Solar5 6

    952

    1,237 2,442 2,358

    3,243

    Wind

    11,427

    12,414 13,852 13,110

    13,528

    Florida Power & Light Owned Nameplate Generation Capacity at end of year (MW)  
    Coal4

    897

    1,138 888 1,218

    964

    Natural Gas/Oil

    14,532

    14,475 15,670 15,870

    13,424

    Natural Gas

    5,527

    5,559 5,640 5,670

    5,681

    Nuclear

    3,453

    3,453  3,453 3,453

    3,479

    Oil

    648

    594 108 108

    108

    Solar5 6

    110

    110 334 334

    930

    NextEra Energy Resources Owned Nameplate Generation Capacity at end of year (MW)2 3  
    Natural Gas

    3,991

    4,083 420 420

    1,639

    Nuclear

    2,720

    2,720 2,720 2,723

    2,723

    Oil

    796

    796 782 782

    782

    Solar

    842

    1,127 2,108 2,024

    2,313

    Wind

    11,427

    12,414 13,852 13,110

    13,528

    NextEra Energy Owned Net Generation (MWh)2 3  
    Coal 

    4,729,968

    5,423,810 4,275,844 4,505,049 2,941,854 
    Natural Gas

    98,700,450

    107,324,616 95,037,828 87,620,069 91,735,562 
    Nuclear

    48,089,972

    49,038,617 50,895,226 50,018,823 50,539,324 
    Oil

    578,973

    887,904 659,450 513,294 587,385 
    Solar

    2,217,222

    2,277,396 3,985,886 5,166,054 6,586,603 
    Wind

    32,005,114

    33,769,272 38,821,819 41,336,711 40,695,498 
    Total

    186,321,699

    198,721,613 193,676,081 189,160,001 193,086,226 
    NextEra Energy Owned Generation (% of total MWhs), by fuel type2 3  
    Coal 

    2.5%

    2.7% 2.2% 2.4% 1.5%
    Natural Gas

    53.0%

    54.0% 49.1% 46.3% 47.5%
    Nuclear

    25.8%

    24.7% 26.3% 26.4% 26.2%
    Oil

    0.3%

    0.4% 0.3% 0.3% 0.3%
    Solar

    1.2%

    1.1% 2.1% 2.7% 3.4%
    Wind

    17.2%

    17.0% 20.0% 21.9% 21.1%
    Florida Power & Light Owned Net Generation (MWh)7  
    Coal 

    4,694,602

    5,423,810 4,275,844 4,505,049

    2,941,854

    Natural Gas

    78,554,655

    85,646,884 85,659,963 86,679,901

    91,153,717

    Nuclear

    26,810,906

    27,046,339 28,019,593 27,966,765

    28,172,792

    Oil

    349,912

    448,764 554,138 405,440

    381,322

    Solar

    177,263

    157,188 142,256 147,888

    1,801,816

    Total

    110,587,339

    118,722,985 118,651,794 119,705,044

    124,451,501

    Florida Power & Light Owned Generation (% of total MWhs), by fuel type7  
    Coal 

    4.2%

    4.6% 3.60% 3.76%

    2.4%

    Natural Gas

    71.0%

    72.1% 72.19% 72.41%

    73.2%

    Nuclear

    24.2%

    22.8% 23.61% 23.36%

    22.6%

    Oil

    0.3%

    0.4% 0.47% 0.34%

    0.3%

    Solar

    0.2%

    0.1% 0.12% 0.12%

    1.4%

    NextEra Energy Resources Owned Net Generation (MWh)2 3  
    Coal 

    35,366

    0 0 0

    0

    Natural Gas

    20,145,795

    21,677,731 9,377,865 940,167

    581,845

    Nuclear

    21,279,066

    21,992,278 22,875,633 22,052,059

    22,366,532

    Oil

    229,061

    439,139 105,312 107,854

    206,063

    Solar

    2,039,959

    2,120,208 3,843,630 5,018,165

    4,784,787

    Wind

    32,005,114

    33,769,272 38,821,819 41,336,711

    40,695,498

    Total 

    75,734,361

    79,998,628 75,024,287 69,454,957

    68,634,726

    NextEra Energy Resources Owned Generation (% of total MWhs), by fuel type2 3  
    Coal 

    0.05%

    0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

    0.00%

    Natural Gas

    26.60%

    27.10% 12.50% 1.35%

    0.8%

    Nuclear

    28.10%

    27.49% 30.49% 31.75%

    32.6%

    Oil

    0.3%

    0.5% 0.14% 0.16%

    0.3%

    Solar

    2.69%

    2.65% 5.12% 7.23%

    7.0%

    Wind

    42.26%

    42.21% 51.75% 59.52%

    59.3%


    PROFILE SUBNOTES

    1 Per NextEra Energy, Inc. 10-K Filings.

    2 Please note that the environmental attributes of NextEra Energy's electric generating facilities have been or likely will be sold or transferred to third parties, who are solely entitled to the reporting rights and ownership of the environmental attributes, such as renewable energy credits, emissions reductions, offsets, allowances and the avoided emission of greenhouse gas pollutants.

    3 As a result of deconsolidation of NextEra Energy Partners, LP for accounting purposes, prior years data includes only NextEra Energy’s ownership share in NextEra Energy Partners’ projects; 2016 data includes amounts associated with noncontrolling interests related to NextEra Energy Partners’ projects.

    4 2017 coal increased as a result of FPL's plan to purchase and phase out the coal-fired Indiantown Cogeneration facility. The plant is expected to take no capacity or energy after year-end 2018 and to be retired in 2020.

    5 Solar data includes 75 MW of existing non-incremental thermal solar.

    In early 2019, FPL added nearly 300 megawatts of new solar capacity and now operates more than 1,230 MW of solar (as of January 31, 2019). 

    7 FPL’s 2019 Ten Year Power Plant Site Plan projects that the company will, for the first time in its history, produce more energy from solar than from coal and oil combined in the year 2020.

    Environment

    2014

    2015

    2016

    2017

    2018

    Emissions1 2 3 4  
    NextEra Energy emissions  
    NOX emissions (tons)

    16,464

    17,212 13,010 12,379  9,825
    SO2 emissions (tons)

    6,454

    4,678 3,120 2,400  1,907
    CO2 emissions (tons)

    49,644,040

    54,495,287 46,159,388 43,004,601

    42,097,424

    NOX emissions rates (lbs/MWh)

    0.18

    0.17 0.13 0.13

    0.10

    SO2 emissions rates (lbs/MWh)

    0.07

    0.05 0.03 0.03

    0.02

    CO2 emissions rates (lbs/MWh)

    533

    548 477 455

    436

    Florida Power & Light emissions  
    NOX emissions (tons)

    13,996

    14,163 11,951 12,031

    9,624

    SO2 emissions (tons)

    5,523

    3,089 2,790 2,015

    1,382

    CO2 emissions (tons)

    40,523,341

    44,640,147 42,053,698 42,493,595

    41,738,595

    NOX emissions rates (lbs/MWh)

    0.25

    0.24 0.20 0.20

    0.16

    SO2 emissions rates (lbs/MWh)

    0.10

    0.05 0.05 0.03

    0.02

    CO2 emissions rates (lbs/MWh)

    733

    752 709 710

    671

    NextEra Energy Resources emissions  
    NOX emissions (tons)

    2,467

    3,049 1,059 349

    200

    SO2 emissions (tons)

    931

    1,589 330 385

    525

    CO2 emissions (tons)

    9,120,699

    9,855,140 4,105,690 511,007

    351,510

    NOX emissions rates (lbs/MWh)

    0.07

    0.08 0.03 0.01

    0.006

    SO2 emissions rates (lbs/MWh)

    0.02

    0.04 0.01 0.01

    0.015

    CO2 emissions rates (lbs/MWh)

    241

    246 109 14.7

    10

    Water5  
    NextEra Energy Water withdrawal (billions of gallons)  
    Surface Freshwater

    375

    395 394 384

    391

    Surface Saltwater

    1,361

    1,438 1,553 1,631

    1,558

    Waste water (reclaimed)

    8

    8.8

    6.2

    4.4

    5.3

    Municipal water

    3.1

    3.4

    2.1

    1.9

    1.6

    Ground water (potable)

    1.7

    2

    1.7

    1.6

    1.3

    Ground Water (non-potable)

    3

    10.2

    2.8

    2.9

    2.8

    NextEra Energy Total Water Withdrawal

    1,752

    1,857

    1,960

    2,025

    1,960

    NextEra Energy Total Water Consumption

    27.4

    41.2

    28.5

    30.1 29.5
    Total Water Returned

    1,726

    1,816

    1,931

    1,995

    1,931

    Percent Consumed5

    1.6

    2.2

    1.5

    1.5

    1.5

    Waste  
    NextEra Energy hazardous waste (including universal waste)6  
    Tons recycled

    N/A

    N/A N/A 94.0

    211.7

    Tons composted

    N/A

    N/A N/A 0.0

    0.0

    Tons recovered, including energy recovery

    N/A

    N/A N/A 0.3 3.3
    Tons incinerated (mass burn)

    N/A

    N/A N/A 10.7

    6.9

    Tons deep well injected

    N/A

    N/A N/A 0.0

    0.0

    Tons landfilled

    N/A

    N/A N/A 0.2

    0.3

    Tons on-site storage

    N/A

    N/A N/A 0.0

    0.0

    Tons other

    N/A

    N/A N/A 0.0

    0.0

    NextEra Energy industrial non-hazardous waste (including revenue recovery items)7  
    Tons reused

    N/A

    N/A N/A 7,152.0

    47,502.7

    Tons recycled

    N/A

    N/A N/A 28,909.9

    97,546.7

    Tons composted

    N/A

    N/A N/A 0.0

    0.0

    Tons recovered, including energy recovery

    N/A

    N/A N/A 386.7 317.1
    Tons incinerated (mass burn)

    N/A

    N/A N/A 0.1

    0.0

    Tons deep well injected

    N/A

    N/A N/A 0.0

    0.0

    Tons landfilled

    N/A

    N/A N/A 758.8

    1,786.7

    Tons on-site storage

    N/A

    N/A N/A 0.0

    0.0

    Tons other

    N/A

    N/A N/A 0.0

    0.0

    NextEra Energy Significant spills8

    0

    2

    0 1 0
    NextEra Energy Significant environmental violations9

    0

    0 0 0 0
    0.3
    7,152.0
    7,152.0

    Environment subnotes

    N/A is used to identify metrics that were not tracked in the specified year. 

    Due to rounding, the sum of NextEra Energy emissions may not equal the total emissions of Florida Power & Light and NextEra Energy Resources.

    Emissions

    1 Includes direct CO2 emissions data for NextEra Energy owned power plant sites as well as joint ownership sites (data for the joint ownership sites were adjusted to account for the Company's ownership share only).

    2 NextEra Energy conducts business under regulatory regimes that require CO2 rather than CO2e reporting, therefore this report is being made consistent with those requirements. Emissions of other greenhouse gases associated with the production of electricity (NO2 and CH4) are a statistically insignificant portion of the numbers reported. 

    3 Please note that the environmental attributes of NextEra Energy's electric generating facilities have been or likely will be sold or transferred to third parties, who are solely entitled to the reporting rights and ownership of the environmental attributes, such as renewable energy credits, emissions reductions, offsets, allowances and the avoided emission of greenhouse gas pollutants.

    4 Rate is based on total emissions divided by total owned net generation.

    Water

    5 Water metrics reported reflect use for plant operations. Metrics for 2014-2018 differ from previously reported metrics in past sustainability reports. An improved water management accounting system was implemented in 2017 and further improved in 2018 that included refining water use definitions through external benchmarking and more consistently applying them across our fleet. The Company utilizes the World Resources Institute's (WRI) definition for water consumption. According to WRI, water consumption is the portion of water use that is not returned to the original water source after being withdrawn.

    Waste

    The hazardous waste totals include recycled Universal Wastes which contribute to 90% or more of the total weight.

    7 2017 data was based on FPL only and did not include municipal solid waste. 2018 data is based on available waste manifest information for NextEra Energy’s generation and FPL’s power delivery fleet and includes municipal solid waste for Florida-based corporate offices. For our wind fleet, actual waste volume was collected for a quarter of the 139 sites to generate a per site waste volume average to extrapolate across the remainder of the fleet. Under non-hazardous waste, a significant portion of the reused/recycled number includes waste associated with plant demolition activities at Port Everglades, Fort Lauderdale and Turkey Point plants.  

    Significant spills

    Significant spills are defined as spills resulting in a notice of violation (NOV) (non-monetary sanction), penalty, or fine. A NOV is a notification that a federal, state or local agency believes the recipient committed one or more regulatory violations and provides instructions to the recipient on how to come into compliance.

    Significant environmental violations

    9 For purposes of this indicator, significant violations are defined as fines of $100,000 or more.

    Customers

    2014

    2015

    2016

    2017

    2018

    Florida Power & Light Average Retail Electric Customer Count (at end of year)  
    Commercial 

    525,591

    532,731 540,356 547,908 562,473
    Residential

    4,169,028

    4,227,425 4,284,159 4,338,224 4,450,543 
    Industrial

    10,415

    11,318 11,770 11,654 11,531 
    Customer Assistance  
    Funds processed in ASSIST Payments

    $29.3 million

    $24.4 million $24.6 million $24.9 million $27.3 million
    Florida Power & Light System Outage Frequency (Interruptions/Customer)  
    Distribution

    0.99

    1 0.92 0.90 0.89
    Transmission

    0.21

    0.14 0.2 0.16 0.13
    Florida Power & Light System Average Interruption Duration Index (SAIDI; minutes/year)  
    Distribution

    63.8

    59.4 55.8 54.3 53.2
    Transmission

    2.8

    2 2.2 2.1 1.6
    Florida Power & Light Customer Average Interruption Duration Index (CAIDI; minutes/year)  
    Distribution

    64.5

    59.6 60.7 60.0 60.0
    Transmission

    13.7

    14.9 11 13.39 13.0
    Energy Efficiency  
    DSM efforts estimated cumulative energy savings (GWh)

    70,997

    74,717 78,400 81,700 86,108

    Communities

    2014

    2015

    2016

    2017

    2018

    Volunteer hours

    54,075 

    70,000  85,112  88,790  85,000
    Total contribution (donations, sponsorships and employee contributions)

    $10,981,356 

    $12,774,801  $12,308,826  $13,830,536  $13,755,679

    Employees

    2014

    2015

    2016

    2017

    2018

    NextEra Energy Total Number of Employees

    13,800

    14,300 14,700 13,900 14,300
    Florida Power & Light Total Number of Employees

    8,700

    8,800 8,900 8,700 9,100
    NextEra Energy Resources Total Number of Employees

    4,700

    5,000 5,300 5,200 5,100
    NextEra Energy Employee Safety Metrics  
    Recordable Incident Rate

    0.61

    0.73 0.70 0.53 0.56
    Florida Power & Light Employee Safety Metrics  
    Recordable Incident Rate

    0.71

    0.80 0.81 0.59 0.66
    NextEra Energy Resources Employee Safety Metrics  
    Recordable Incident Rate

    0.42

    0.64 0.46 0.39 0.32

     

     

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