Florida Power & Light adds 16-MWh storage system to existing 74-MW solar array

By Kelly Pickerel By incorporating a new storage system into the FPL Citrus Solar Energy Center, a 74.5-MW solar power plant that was built in 2016, FPL expects to increase the amount of solar energy that the plant can deliver to the electric grid by more than half a million kilowatt-hours a year.
DeSoto County Commission Chairman Jim Selph (left), Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) President and CEO Eric Silagy and DeSoto County Commissioner Terry Hill discuss the company’s new battery storage technology at the FPL Citrus Solar Energy Center in DeSoto County, Florida, Feb. 9, 2018.
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