Duke Looks to Improve on FPL’s Playbook as It Proposes Shared Solar in Florida

When NextEra-owned utility Florida Power & Light proposed[1] its 1.5-gigawatt shared solar program last year, it was both criticized as a utility overstep on the community solar model and lauded as a significant milestone for Florida’s quickly expanding solar market. The state’s Public Service Commission unanimously approved the program[2] in March.

Now, another state utility hopes to deliver something similar: In July, Duke Energy Florida, a subsidiary of the North Carolina-based mothership, proposed a 750-megawatt shared solar program it hopes to begin in 2022. First, it needs to obtain regulatory approval.


  1. ^ proposed (www.greentechmedia.com)
  2. ^ approved the program (www.greentechmedia.com)

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