Duke Energy, USF St. Petersburg to fire up $1 million solar panel system

Duke Energy, USF St. Petersburg to fire up $1 million solar panel system

Duke Energy, USF St. Petersburg to fire up $1 million solar panel system

Duke Energy Florida announced Monday that it will power up a $1 million solar panel system at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg this week.

The freestanding canopy solar system sits atop the campus’ Fifth Avenue S parking garage. It will provide shade for parking spaces while generating electricity from the sun when Duke fires up the system during an event at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday.

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