Florida-based WRB Enterprises to develop Clarendon solar photovoltaic facility $47 million OPIC loan catalyzes private sector support for White House Caribbean Energy Security Initiative
Attorney General Pam Bondi today filed a brief challenging the solar energy ballot initiative before the Florida Supreme Court and issued the following statement
April 16, 2009 - (RealEstateRama) — By mid 2010, Florida Power and Light (FPL) will construct the Martin Next-Generation Solar Energy Center, a 75-megawatt (MW) plant that will sit on 500 acres near Indiantown, Florida—adjacent to FPL's combined-cycle power facility. The solar plant will be the world's first hybrid energy facility and the largest solar plant of any kind outside of California. Two other solar facilities have homes in Florida—one at NASA's Kennedy Space Center and the other roughly 70 miles southwest of St. Petersburg—and with the new plant, they will collectively produce 110 MW of electric power.