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Get Up Close and Personal with Duke Energy's Stanton Solar Farm

Dec 4, 2013

One of my favorite parts of attending a conference is the opportunity to take a tour of a renewable energy installation.  During Renewable Energy World Conference, North America, attendees were given the opportunity to visit the Duke Energy owned and operated Stanton Solar Array in Orange County Florida.

The solar farm was built by the Orlando Utilities Commission and up until very recently maintained by OUC as well.  (In October Duke Energy officially took over O&M of the farm.)  Here's your chance to take a look at the array up close and hear from some OUC and Duke Energy experts on how it all works. 

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Jennifer Runyon is chief editor of and Renewable Energy World magazine, coordinating, writing and/or editing columns, features, news stories and blogs for the publications. She also serves as conference chair of Renewable Energy World Conference and Expo, North America. ...


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