Fox29 reports that Florida Power and Light is adding 10 new solar energy centers this year.
- One of the new solar energy centers, located in Okeechobee County, will power NextGen’s Hydrogen Hub which is expected to be completed later this year.
- Florida Power and Light has 60 solar energy centers installed across the state, enough to power over 900,000 homes.
- The utility estimates that it saved its customers $375 million in energy costs last year.
“The sites include Cavendish Solar Energy Center in Okeechobee County and two in St. Lucie County: Pink Trail Solar Energy Center and Bluefield Preserve Solar Energy Center in St. Lucie County. The site in Okeechobee will provide power to the FPL Cavendish NextGen Hydrogen Hub, which is expected to be completed at the end of this year, FPL says, and will be state’s first-of-its-kind ‘green hydrogen’ facility.”
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