- The Dolphin Solar Canopy includes 665 solar panels that are expected to produce nearly 250 kilowatts of AC power (kWac) when operating at peak production.
- The clean energy generated by the solar panels goes directly onto the grid to serve Duke Energy customers in Florida.
- Duke Energy is also installing four (4) electric vehicle (EV) charging stations inside CMA’s parking garage for use by guests, staff, interns, and volunteers.
- The Dolphin Solar Canopy at CMA is the latest solar facility contributing to Duke Energy’s efforts to have 1,500 megawatts of solar generation in Florida by 2024.
CLEARWATER, Fla., Sept. 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Clearwater Marine Aquarium is now harvesting the power of the sun in collaboration with Duke Energy by installing 250 kWac solar photovoltaic panels for Florida customers.
“Bringing solar to the Clearwater Marine Aquarium will have such a meaningful impact on our environment, the marine life that are cared for at this facility and the thousands of visitors who leave inspired to make a difference in the communities we serve,” said Melissa SeixasDuke Energy Florida state president.
The Dolphin Solar Canopy is located…