Tuesday, 4 December 2018

FLP gets the green light for $888m Dana Beach Clean Energy Center

Render of Dana Beach Clean Energy Center Render of Dana Beach Clean Energy Center

Florida Siting Board, headed by Govenor Rick Scott, has approved an $888 million plan by Florida Power & Light (FLP) to tear down and rebuild its power plant near Port Everglades. The new 1,163-MW Dana Beach Clean Energy Center will reduce primary emissions of the oil plant by 70%, once operational in 2022.

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