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How a utility became the world's largest renewable developer

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The Daily Climate

Florida utility NextEra Energy Resources has emerged as the world's largest wind and solar developer through an aggressive strategy in the Southeast, a region once dubbed the "doughnut hole" for its lack of renewables. How did it get there?...

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Jim Stack's picture
Jim Stack on Aug 23, 2019 2:24 pm GMT

Florida has been called the Sunshine state so it's time they got connected . The Solar research Center is there too yet other cloudy places like Germany lead the world in Wind and Solar. Let get moving.

 

Matt Chester's picture
Matt Chester on Aug 23, 2019 7:59 pm GMT

It seems like the citizen push for energy deregulation has been a kick in the pants to FPL and the other utilities in the sunshine state to start installing solar-- so hopefully that will continue and won't just be a focus if/until they can defeat the ballot proposal

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