Hamilton Solar Power Plant in Duke Energy opens in Florida

Hamilton Solar Power Plant Duke Energy is opening its new 74.9-megawatt (MW) Hamilton Solar Power Plant in Florida, providing more carbon-free energy to Sunshine State customers. The carbon-free power of the plant is sufficient to energize more than 20,000 homes in peak production. In the Florida service area of Duke Energy, the company's 1,8 million customers and the environment now benefit from around 300,000 solar panels generating clean, renewable energy. Duke Energy recognized for operational excellence Duke Energy ,Duke Energy: approval plans 

The Hamilton plant is part of the company 's strategic commitment to install or acquire 700 MW of solar energy in Florida by 2022 to ensure that residents have clean and diverse sources of energy. DEF currently owns and operates almost 100 MW of solar power in its regulated service area. In July 2018, the company broke ground for the Hamilton plant and put it online in December. 22. 22. Duke Energy completed the project initially developed by Tradewind Energy Inc. 

Catherine Stempien, Chairman of the State of Duke Energy Florida( DEF), said: "Duke Energy solar projects provide customers with the most efficient and cost- effective renewable energy online. Building solar power plants like Hamilton is part of our ongoing strategy to offer sustainable, diverse and smarter energy solutions that our customers have told us they value."

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