A display panel with FPL’s logo was part of the unveiling ceremony in April for a new solar array at the college of engineering at Florida International University. Faculty and students will use the 1.4-megawatt cluster to find solutions to a statewide energy challenge to keep the power on in all weather. The solar system came through a five-year, $660,000 research grant.
A display panel with FPL’s logo was part of the unveiling ceremony in April for a new solar array at the college of engineering at Florida International University. Faculty and students will use the 1.4-megawatt cluster to find solutions to a statewide energy challenge to keep the power on in all weather. The solar system came through a five-year, $660,000 research grant. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com
A display panel with FPL’s logo was part of the unveiling ceremony in April for a new solar array at the college of engineering at Florida International University. Faculty and students will use the 1.4-megawatt cluster to find solutions to a statewide energy challenge to keep the power on in all weather. The solar system came through a five-year, $660,000 research grant. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com

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