James L. Robo – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of NextEra Energy, Inc. – Email Address

Jim Robo is chairman and CEO of NextEra Energy, Inc. (NYSE: NEE), a leading clean energy company. He was named president and CEO in July 2012 and became chairman of the board of directors in December 2013. Mr. Robo is chairman of the company’s rate-regulated electric utility subsidiary, Florida Power Light Company, as well as chairman and CEO of NextEra Energy Partners, LP (NYSE: NEP), a growth-oriented limited partnership formed by NextEra Energy to acquire, manage and own contracted clean energy projects.

In December 2006, Mr. Robo was named president and chief operating officer of NextEra Energy. Prior to that, he had served as president of NextEra Energy Resources, LLC. He joined NextEra Energy as vice president of corporate development and strategy in March 2002.

Previously, Mr. Robo was president and CEO of a major division at GE Capital. He also served as chairman and CEO of GE Mexico and was a member of the GE corporate development team. Prior to joining GE, he was vice president of Strategic Planning Associates, a management consulting firm.

Mr. Robo received his Bachelor of Arts degree summa cum laude from Harvard College in 1984 and his MBA in 1988 from Harvard Business School, where he was a Baker Scholar. He is a director of J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc., one of the largest transportation logistics companies in North America, and he has served as lead independent director since 2012.

NextEra Energy, Inc. (NYSE: NEE) is a leading clean energy company with consolidated revenues of approximately $17.0 billion, approximately 44,900 megawatts of generating capacity, which includes megawatts associated with noncontrolling interests related to NextEra Energy Partners, LP (NYSE: NEP), and approximately 13,800 employees in 27 states and Canada as of year-end 2014. Headquartered in Juno Beach, Fla., NextEra Energy's principal subsidiaries are Florida Power Light Company, which serves approximately 4.8 million customer accounts in Florida and is one of the largest rate-regulated electric utilities in the United States, and NextEra Energy Resources, LLC, which, together with its affiliated entities, is the world’s largest generator of renewable energy from the wind and sun. Through its subsidiaries, NextEra Energy generates clean, emissions-free electricity from eight commercial nuclear power units in Florida, New Hampshire, Iowa and Wisconsin. NextEra Energy has been recognized often by third parties for its efforts in sustainability, corporate responsibility, ethics and compliance, and diversity, and has been ranked in the top 10 worldwide for innovativeness and community responsibility as part of Fortune’s 2015 list of “World's Most Admired Companies.”

NextEra Energy, Inc. (NEE) is a Fortune 200 energy company with about 42,500 megawatts of generating capacity, revenues of approximately $15.1 billion, and about 13,900 employees in 26 states and Canada. NEE is listed as #191 in the 2014.[2][3] Its subsidiaries include Florida Power Light (FPL), NextEra Energy Resources (NEER), and FPL FiberNet.

  • FPL, the largest of the subsidiaries, delivers rate-regulated electricity to 4.8 million customers in Florida and is the US's third largest utility company.[citation needed]
  • NEER, together with its affiliated entities, is the world's largest generator of renewable energy from the wind and sun.{{Citation}} In addition to wind and solar, NextEra Energy Resources owns and operates generating plants powered by natural gas, nuclear fuel, and oil.
  • FPL FiberNet is a provider of fiber-optic solutions in Florida and Texas. FPL FiberNet begin in the 1980s, selling excess capacity on the company's fiber-optic infrastructure; the company was established in 2000.[citation needed]

In 2011, NEE was listed by Fortune Magazine as the most admired company in the industry of electric and gas utilities.[4]

On December 4, 2014, NEE announced its plans to purchase Hawaiian Electric Industries for $4.3 billion[5] "in a bet it can reduce the nation’s highest rates by using more renewable energy."

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