FPL’s new plant at Port Everglades — shown here under construction in November 2014 — will use natural gas for fuel.
FPL’s new plant at Port Everglades — shown here under construction in November 2014 — will use natural gas for fuel. Susan Stocker Sun Sentinel
FPL’s new plant at Port Everglades — shown here under construction in November 2014 — will use natural gas for fuel. Susan Stocker Sun Sentinel

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