Duke Energy Florida Begins Construction on 3.8-MW Osceola Solar Facility

first_imgOsceola Solar Facility, expected online in the spring, is one of several projects Duke Energy Florida is adding to its fleet over the next three years.  The company has plans to double the amount of utility-owned solar energy in the state by 2024. RenewablesNew ProjectsSolar Twitter Linkedin Twitter Approximately 15,000 solar panels are being installed on 17 acres in Kenansville, Florida.  Upon completion, the project will generate up to 3.8 MW of electricity. Renewable project management firm Bradley acquired by Bureau Veritas Linkedin TAGSDukeSCE Construction on a 5-MW solar facility is expected to wrap later this year and serve the Reedy Creek Improvement District, the power provider for Disney World.  The project will span 20 acres and feature 48,000 solar panels. Avista considering RNG on way to net-zero carbon goals Voith Hydro supplying pumped storage equipment to pair with Idaho combined solar-wind project center_img Duke Energy Florida has started construction on its Osceola Solar Facility. A $1 million rooftop solar and battery storage project was also developed with the University of South Florida St. Petersburg.  The system is being used in an ongoing research project to explore the integration of solar photovoltaic energy and distributed energy storage. Facebook Facebook Previous articleNV Energy Issues Request for Proposals for Up to 700 MW of Long-Term Firm CapacityNext articleEmissions Control Upgrade Finished at Oklahoma Coal-Fired Power Plant chloecox RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 2.24.2016 By chloecox – Duke Energy Florida Begins Construction on 3.8-MW Osceola Solar Facility No posts to displaylast_img read more