FPL has more than 1,700 electrical workers who support the company’s 35-county service area in Florida, which consists of more than 27,000 square miles and approximately half the state’s population.

Every year specially trained crews, which account to 21 workers, takes part in an annual high-voltage line work certification training at a facility in DeBary, Florida.

High-voltage line work includes repairing conductors and replacing insulators weighing hundreds of pounds, or the combined weight of four average men.

FPL power delivery vice president Manny Miranda said, "FPL’s electrical workers are some of the very best in the business and these brave individuals who work on high-voltage lines illustrate this day in and day out."

"Our electrical workers perform a wide range of tasks to help deliver reliable service to our customers. They maintain and test meters and ensure power is delivered to our customers throughout our 35-county service area," Miranda added.