Millions of people who fly into Miami international airport will now be greeted with a new landmark showcasing the area’s commitment to sustainability.
Florida Power and Light Company partnered with the County to install the nation’s first floating solar array at an airport, which launched today into the blue lagoon next to Miami. The half-acre, 402-panel floating solar installation is a research project that tests how solar panels perform on water. F-P-L Officials Say The Solar Array Generates 160 Kilowatts Of Power, And Prevents 165 Tons Of Carbon Dioxide Emissions Each Year.
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