Florida Power and Light (FPL) has announced plans to build eight new solar plants, each with a capacity of 74.5MW, in the US state of Florida by early 2018.
The eight solar plants, which will have a combined capacity of about 596MW, are estimated to be built with a cost of about $900m.
The new plants are expected to produce enough electricity annually to power about 120,000 homes in the state.
Out of the eight solar plants, the four plants that are scheduled to be completed by the end of 2017 include: FPL Coral Farms Solar Energy Center, Putnam County; FPL Horizon Solar Energy Center, Alachua and Putnam Counties; FPL Indian River Solar Energy Center, Indian River County; and FPL Wildflower Solar Energy Center, DeSoto County.
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