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The date variables are not passing correctly in the store procedure.
This portion returns a null
(CONVERT_TZ( (FROM_UNIXTIME(@fromDate/1000)),''UTC'', @timeZone) )AS startingDate,
(CONVERT_TZ( (FROM_UNIXTIME(@toDate/1000)),''UTC'', @timeZone) ) AS endingDate,

These dates are show null

l1.started BETWEEN @startDate AND @endDate

What I am I missing that the values are not passing into the query
    CREATE PROCEDURE reportFreeCoolingTrackerTest (
            IN fromDate varchar (50),
            IN toDate varchar (50),
            IN timeZone varchar (50))
    
        BEGIN
                DECLARE startDate varchar (50);
                DECLARE endDate varchar (50);
                DECLARE mylogID Int;
    
                 SET startDate = FROM_UNIXTIME(fromDate/1000);
                 SET endDate = FROM_UNIXTIME(toDate/1000);
                 SET mylogID = (SELECT logID FROM logs l WHERE l.details LIKE 'FCT%');
                 SET @tbl = CONCAT('log',mylogID);
    
     set @q1 = CONCAT('SELECT 
        i.details,l1.item31985,l1.item31987,
        ((l1.item31985 - l1.item31987)*(time_to_sec(timediff(t2.completed, l1.completed)))) / 3600  AS kwDifference,
        ((l1.item31985 - l1.item31987) *  (substr(l.details, instr(l.details , '':'' ) +1))) AS cost,
        (((l1.item31985 - l1.item31987) *  (substr(l.details, instr(l.details , '':'' ) +1)))
        *(time_to_sec(timediff(t2.completed, l1.completed)) / 3600)) AS costT,
          time_to_sec(timediff(t2.completed, l1.completed)) / 3600 AS coolingHours,
          time_to_sec(timediff(@endDate, @startDate)) / 3600 AS totalTimeRange,
        (CONVERT_TZ( (FROM_UNIXTIME(@fromDate/1000)),''UTC'', @timeZone) )AS startingDate, 
        (CONVERT_TZ( (FROM_UNIXTIME(@toDate/1000)),''UTC'', @timeZone) ) AS endingDate,DATABASE() AS databaseName,
         CASE
            when l1.activityId = t2.activityId THEN 1
            ELSE 0
        END AS errorCheck, t2.completed AS errorDay,a.scheduleType,@lgName,@mylogID  
    
    
      FROM logs l 
          INNER JOIN groups g ON g.groupId = l.groupId
          LEFT JOIN groups g1 ON g.parentId = g1.groupId
          LEFT JOIN groups g2 ON g1.parentId = g2.groupId
          LEFT JOIN groups g3 ON g2.parentId = g3.groupId                
          INNER JOIN activities a ON l.logId = a.logId 
          INNER JOIN  ',  @tbl,'  l1 ON a.activityId = l1.activityId ');
    
       set @q2 = CONCAT(@q1, 'INNER JOIN ', @tbl);
       
       SET @q3 = CONCAT(@q2, ' t2 ON t2.recordId = l1.recordid + 1
          INNER JOIN items i ON l.logId = i.logId AND i.name LIKE ''%KW%''
          INNER JOIN users u ON l1.userId = u.userId AND i.name LIKE ''%KW%''
         WHERE i.itemID = "31985"  AND  l1.activityId = 1257
          AND l1.started
            BETWEEN @startDate
                AND @endDate
         ORDER BY l1.recordId,l1.started');   
        
        PREPARE stmt FROM @q3;
               
         EXECUTE stmt;
      DEALLOCATE PREPARE stmt;
        END //
    
    DELIMITER ;

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For me it seems you are missing some single quotes.  Try this: (hopefully I didn't botch)

    CREATE PROCEDURE reportFreeCoolingTrackerTest (
            IN fromDate varchar (50),
            IN toDate varchar (50),
            IN timeZone varchar (50))
    
        BEGIN
                DECLARE startDate varchar (50);
                DECLARE endDate varchar (50);
                DECLARE mylogID Int;
    
                 SET startDate = FROM_UNIXTIME(fromDate/1000);
                 SET endDate = FROM_UNIXTIME(toDate/1000);
                 SET mylogID = (SELECT logID FROM logs l WHERE l.details LIKE 'FCT%');
                 SET @tbl = CONCAT('log',mylogID);
    
     set @q1 = CONCAT('SELECT 
        i.details,l1.item31985,l1.item31987,
        ((l1.item31985 - l1.item31987)*(time_to_sec(timediff(t2.completed, l1.completed)))) / 3600  AS kwDifference,
        ((l1.item31985 - l1.item31987) *  (substr(l.details, instr(l.details , '':'' ) +1))) AS cost,
        (((l1.item31985 - l1.item31987) *  (substr(l.details, instr(l.details , '':'' ) +1)))
        *(time_to_sec(timediff(t2.completed, l1.completed)) / 3600)) AS costT,
          time_to_sec(timediff(t2.completed, l1.completed)) / 3600 AS coolingHours,
          time_to_sec(timediff(', @endDate, ',', @startDate,')) / 3600 AS totalTimeRange,
        (CONVERT_TZ( (FROM_UNIXTIME(',@fromDate,'/1000)),''UTC'', ',@timeZone,') )AS startingDate, 
        (CONVERT_TZ( (FROM_UNIXTIME(',@toDate,'/1000)),''UTC'', ',@timeZone,') ) AS endingDate,DATABASE() AS databaseName,
         CASE
            when l1.activityId = t2.activityId THEN 1
            ELSE 0
        END AS errorCheck, t2.completed AS errorDay,a.scheduleType,',@lgName,',',@mylogID,'  
    
    
      FROM logs l 
          INNER JOIN groups g ON g.groupId = l.groupId
          LEFT JOIN groups g1 ON g.parentId = g1.groupId
          LEFT JOIN groups g2 ON g1.parentId = g2.groupId
          LEFT JOIN groups g3 ON g2.parentId = g3.groupId                
          INNER JOIN activities a ON l.logId = a.logId 
          INNER JOIN  ',  @tbl,'  l1 ON a.activityId = l1.activityId ');
    
       set @q2 = CONCAT(@q1, 'INNER JOIN ', @tbl);
       
       SET @q3 = CONCAT(@q2, ' t2 ON t2.recordId = l1.recordid + 1
          INNER JOIN items i ON l.logId = i.logId AND i.name LIKE ''%KW%''
          INNER JOIN users u ON l1.userId = u.userId AND i.name LIKE ''%KW%''
         WHERE i.itemID = "31985"  AND  l1.activityId = 1257
          AND l1.started
            BETWEEN ',@startDate,'
                AND ',@endDate,'
         ORDER BY l1.recordId,l1.started');   
        
        PREPARE stmt FROM @q3;
               
         EXECUTE stmt;
      DEALLOCATE PREPARE stmt;
        END //
    
    DELIMITER ;

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