Kenansville solar energy farm officially opens

The Osceola Solar Facility, that looks like a farm of 15,000 solar panels along South Canoe Creek Road between St. Cloud and Kenansville is already soaking up the sun.  The new Duke Energy owned and operated Osceola Solar Facility, which first began commercially operating in May, is about the size of 13 football fields and produces 3.8 megawatts of carbon-free energy, enough to power 760 homes at full production capacity.

George & Associates, Engineering Consults, Inc.  has provided design services for multiple solar energy projects in the state of Florida.  For more information go to www.gaceng.net.

Kenansville solar energy farm officially opens

The Osceola Solar Facility, that looks like a farm of 15,000 solar panels along South Canoe Creek Road between St. Cloud and Kenansville is already soaking up the sun.  The new Duke Energy owned and operated Osceola Solar Facility, which first began commercially operating in May, is about the size of 13 football fields and produces 3.8 megawatts of carbon-free energy, enough to power 760 homes at full production capacity.

George & Associates, Engineering Consults, Inc.  has provided design services for multiple solar energy projects in the state of Florida.  For more information go to www.gaceng.net.