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Duke Energy in Florida makes the transition to solar


Duke Energy in Florida has made an announcement that they are ceasing plans to build a nuclear power plant, and instead will be investing $6B into a utility-scale solar project to meet the energy needs of Florida Residents.

The plan is to install 700MW of solar in Western Florida over the next 4 years, in addition to 50MW of solar storage options and 500 electric vehicle chargers. This will also keep rates low for Florida residents.

Read more at Greentech Media:

https://www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/duke-energy-plans-6b-for-solar-batteries-and-evs


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