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Florida: Municipal Utilities Go #solar In Big Way

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Florida Municipal Power Agency (FMPA), announced,
. . . “the largest municipal-backed solar project in the nation.”

12 cities, that will buy power from the project include:
. . . . . . Alachua,
. . . . . . Bartow,
. . . . . . Beaches Energy Services (Jacksonville Beach),
. . . . . . Fort Pierce Utilities Authority,
. . . . . . Homestead,
. . . . . . Keys Energy Services (Key West),
. . . . . . Kissimmee Utility Authority,
. . . . . . Lake Worth,
. . . . . . Ocala,
. . . . . . Orlando Utilities Commission,
. . . . . . Wauchula, and
. . . . . . Winter Park.

Approximately 900,000 solar panels, will be installed on
. . . 3 solar sites expected to be built in
. . . Osceola, and Orange Counties, on approximately
. . . 1,200 acres, or the equivalent of
. . . 900 football fields, producing
. . . 223.5 megawatts, which is enough energy to power
. . . 45,000 typical Florida homes.

5-7-2018 Source:  Florida: municipal utilities go #solar in big way


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