Miami-Dade’s First Solar Power Plant Will Be Ready Early Next Year

Oct 22, 2018 No Comments by

Miami-Dade Solar Energy Center —the first solar power plant in the County— will be completed and operational by early 2019, according to Florida Power & Light Company.

The center takes up 465 acres of land in West Kendall. The construction is part of a strategy to make Miami-Dade a “more resilient community.”

On Thursday, October 18, 2018 FPL President Eric Silagy gives his remarks after touring the solar center with Mayor Carlos Gimenez, right. The new 465-acre FPL’s Miami-Dade Solar Energy Center is under construction and is on track to be completed and operational by early 2019. (PHOTO CREDIT: Carl Juste)

FPL and Miami-Dade County just gave a behind-the-scenes construction tour of the new solar energy center.

Future plans of FPL include the addition of one million solar panels across the County in the coming years.

Click here to view a Miami Herald news video regarding the  Miami-Dade Solar Energy Center.

 

 

 

 

 

Source: Miami Herald

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