Floating Solar Powers Up: Duke Energy's Florida Launch
Duke Energy has kicked off Florida's first floating solar project, featuring 1 MW of solar PV capacity and 1,800 floating solar panels for increased power production. This is part of the firm's plans to have 25 solar power plants with a total capacity of 1500 MW in operation by 2024.
Dec 19, 2023 // Plants, Floating PV, USA, Duke Energy, Florida, North America, PV Power Plant
NextEnergy Capital Buys 100-MW Florida Solar Farm
NextEnergy Capital has acquired their first US solar project in Florida, an impressive 100MW PV farm that will be equipped with the latest photovoltaic technology. The project is set to come online in the first half of 2025, propelling NextEnergy's fifth investment fund into the future.
Dec 18, 2023 // Plants, Markets & Finance News, USA, Florida, North America, PV Power Plant, NextEnergy
150-MW Solar Energy Projects Brought Online By Duke Energy
The two solar power projects are of 74.0-MW each in Florida's Bay as well as Levy counties. When each is running at its height, each will generate adequate carbon-free power to power what would be equivalent to about 23,000 homes.
May 4, 2023 // Markets & Finance News, USA, Duke Energy, Florida, North America, Solar Power, solar projects, Melissa Seixas, Clean Energy Connection, Bay Ranch Renewable Energy Center, Hardeetown Renewable Energy Center
'Major win' for solar PV as Florida governor vetoes net metering adjustments
Florida's Republican Governor Ron DeSantis has actually vetoed questionable legislation to transform the state's net metering laws that would have substantially stripped down the benefits of having residential solar and allowed utilities to include additional charges to customers' power bills.
Apr 28, 2022 // Residential, Policy, USA, Florida, North America, net metering, HB 741, ron desantis
Florida legislators vote to eliminate roof solar net metering
Florida lawmakers have actually passed a costs that will remove credits for families with PV systems, amidst warnings that the legislation could undercut the state's rooftop solar market.
Mar 9, 2022 // Residential, Policy, Rooftop PV, USA, SEIA, Florida, North America, US utilities, Vote Solar, net metering, legislation
Cummins to supply electrolyser for Florida's first green hydrogen plant
United States utility Florida Power & Light (FPL) has actually chosen Cummins to provide a 25MW electrolyser system wherefore's asserted to be the first green hydrogen plant in Florida.
Mar 2, 2022 // Plants, USA, Florida, North America, green hydrogen, electrolysers, FPL, florida power and light
Heliene to open 100MW heterojunction module factory in Florida
Canadian solar producer Heliene is opening a brand-new plant in Florida that will certainly produce heterojunction (HJT) modules for domestic and also commercial applications.
Aug 10, 2021 // Manufacturing News, Commercial, Residential, USA, heterojunction, Florida, North America, HJT, heliene, Martin Pochtaruk
Duke Energy to develop 4 solar projects totalling 300MW in Florida
United States energy Duke Energy is preparing the advancement of four PV plants in Florida as part of a larger US$ 1 billion solar investment in the state.
Jul 22, 2021 // Plants, USA, Duke Energy, Florida, North America, PV Power Plant
EnterSolar finishes 524-kW system for Oren in Florida
EnterSolar has actually completed a 524-kW solar system for Oren International, a service provider of custom-made paper packaging remedies, at Oren's headquarters in Pensacola, Florida. The system is anticipated to offset roughly 95% of Oren's electricity usage at its head office, which includes workplaces and also a manufacturing center.
Jun 4, 2021 // Plants, Large-Scale, USA, Florida, North America, EnterSolar, Oren, Alan NeSmith
Advanced Green Technologies sets up largest privately owned solar project in Florida
Barrette Outdoor Living has finished the setup of a roof solar array on their 200,000 square foot light weight aluminum fence and barrier production facility in Brooksville, Florida, making it the largest privately-owned solar project in Florida at the time of agreement.
Oct 9, 2020 // Plants, USA, Florida, North America, Solar Project, Catherine Stempien, Advanced Green Technologies, Jean desAutels
Duke Energy eyes a lot more solar financial investments in Florida and also the Carolinas
Duke Energy is considering additional financial investments in solar projects in Florida and the Carolinas as it reels from a US$ 1.6 billion expense related to the termination of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (ACP).
Aug 11, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, USA, UTILITY-SCALE SOLAR, North Carolina, Duke Energy, Florida, North America, South Carolina, irp, Lynn Good, evergy, Jeff Rosenbaum, Terry Bassham
PG&E, Tesla start constructing globe's largest battery
The 182.5 MW/730 MWh Moss Landing power storage space system might eventually be expanded to 1.1 GWh-- putting it on the right track to eclipse Tesla's massive Hornsdale project in Australia.
Jul 30, 2020 // Storage, California, USA, TESLA, Florida, North America, PG&E
Duke Energy to provide solar access to consumers while reducing costs in time
Duke Energy Florida (DEF) has actually filed a proposed brand-new Clean Energy Connection (CEC) Program with the Florida Public Service Commission. The news is the current improvement in Duke Energy's dedication to solar power.
Jul 3, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Residential, Markets & Finance News, USA, Duke Energy, Florida, North America, Rick Kriseman, Ben Pratt
Duke Energy Reveals 3 new Solar Projects Worth Over 220 MW
Duke Energy Florida has filed the areas of its 3 most recent solar energy plants, which will provide cleaner, smarter energy remedies to Florida customers
Jun 1, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, USA, Duke Energy, Florida, North America, International, solar projects, Catherine Stempien
Florida accepts 'biggest' area solar project in United States
Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) is readied to establish the "biggest" area solar project in the United States after getting the permission from state regulatory authorities on Tuesday.
Mar 5, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, USA, Florida, North America, community pv