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Florida Power & Light building eight new solar plants

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Florida Power & Light announced Wednesday it would roll out eight new solar power plants across the state over the next year. “With the support of communities across the state, we are advancing smart, affordable clean energy infrastructure while keeping customer bills low,” said Eric Silagy, FPL president and CEO. “On a per-megawatt basis, these eight new plants will be the lowest-cost solar ever built in Florida and some of the lowest-cost solar ever built in America. Our steadfast commitment…

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Audubon, Florida FWC warn boaters to watch for wildlife this Memorial Day

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Memorial Day means a weekend by the water to many Floridians, but environmental group Audubon and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conversation Commission say boaters and beachgoers need to watch out wildlife. Many rare and declining species of water birds make their homes on Florida beaches and islands, and even a small disturbance can decimate an entire colony by causing parents to flee their nests, the groups say. “Memorial Day is always a fun time to be around or on…

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