The solar plant, to be named the FPL Orange Blossom Solar Energy Center, is expected to include solar panels and an on-site electrical substation. Construction is expected to get underway in 2020 for commissioning and startup in early 2021.
FPL currently operates 18 solar plants, each of which generates sufficient electric power for an average of 15,000 homes, according to FPL. (Source: FPL, TC Palm, 23 Aug., 2019) Contact: Florida Power & Light, Melanie Roger, Project Manager, Eric Silagy, Pres., CEO, www.fpl.com
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Florida's other utilities, including Duke Energy Florida, Tampa Electric Co. and Gulf Power, have also recently begun large-scale solar energy projects. (Source: FPL, Panama City News Herald, 16 Jan., 2019) Contact: Florida Power & Light, Eric Silagy, Pres., CEO, www.fpl.com
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NextEra Energy also owns a competitive energy business, NextEra Energy Resources, LLC, which, together with its affiliated entities, is the world's largest generator of renewable energy from the wind and sun and a world leader in battery energy storage. (Source: NextEra Energy, PR, 1 Jan., 2019) Contact: NextEra Energy, www.NextEraEnergy.com; Florida Power & Light, www.FPL.com; Gulf Power, www.GulfPower.com; NextEra Energy Resources, www.NextEraEnergyResources.com
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