Kentucky's two largest electric utilities are sending crews to Florida ahead of Hurricane Dorian.
The Institute’s chairmanship rotates on an annual basis, and Crane succeeds Lynn J. Good, chairman, president, and CEO of Charlotte-based Duke Energy
Duke Energy Florida (DEF) announced three battery storage projects, totaling 22 megawatts, that will improve overall reliability and support critical services during power outages, according to the company.
Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) this week announced plans to build four new solar power plants this year that are expected to begin powering customers in early 2020:
Next week thousands of utility executives and energy industry stakeholders will flock to New Orleans to participate in DistribuTECH - a show predominantly for distribution utilities - and the first time, solar equipment companies will be among the hundreds of exhibitors in the exhibit hall.
Duke Energy estimated that the fast-moving, massive storm could cause up to 200,000 outages to its customers in Florida. Nearby Orlando Utilities Commission, Florida Power & Light and City Electric of Tallahassee stand at the ready to help.
The utility will be opening staging sites across the state to respond to the storm