Renewable energy is the focus of many countries, and right now the easiest tool to get things done, are solar panels. This industry is set to boost, and this is evident with a plan to have up to 30 million solar panels installed throughout Florida by 2030.
The idea is being floated around by Florida Power & Light, a minor section of NextEra Energy Inc. The company has already installed over 10 million solar panels in the city, so by 2030, it could have over 40 million installed.
What’s interesting here is the possibility for Florida Power & Light to reduce its emissions by up to 67 percent if it manages to get these panels installed. Furthermore the Governor of the city, Ron DeSantis, is 100 percent behind the plan, which bodes well.
“We’ve long believed in making smart, forward-thinking infrastructure investments to produce tangible, long-term benefits – cleaner air, lower electric rates, and reliable service – for our customers and our state bottom line. This bold, innovative plan is the right thing to do for our customers and for our fast-growing state, and we look forward to working with local and state officials and our regulators to make this vision a reality,” according to Eric Silagy, president, and CEO of FPL.
Should the company get to accomplish what it wants, it would ultimately become the biggest producer of solar energy and products throughout the whole of the USA. Although Tesla might have something to say about this one day.