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    1. Duke Energy Florida to Build its Largest Battery Storage Projects Yet

      Duke Energy Florida to Build its Largest Battery Storage Projects Yet

      Duke Energy Florida announced three battery storage projects, totaling 22 megawatts, that will improve overall reliability and support critical services during power outages. Collectively, the storage facilities will enhance grid operations, increase efficiencies and improve overall reliability for surrounding communities. They will also provide important backup generation during power outages, a service that is becoming increasingly important with the number and intensity of storms that have recently impacted the state.

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    2. Duke Energy Florida Files Settlement Agreement for Building a Smarter Energy Future

      Duke Energy Florida Files Settlement Agreement for Building a Smarter Energy Future

      ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Duke Energy Florida filed a revised settlement agreement with the Florida Public Service Commission (FPSC) today that paves the way to a smarter energy future for Florida customers. The settlement agreement includes investments in solar energy, smart meters, grid modernization projects to enhance reliability, make the grid more resilient and secure, and optional billing programs to enhance customer choices. The agreement also includes plans to install electric vehicle charging stations and a battery storage pilot program. The company will also no longer move forward with building the Levy Nuclear Project and customers will not pay any further costs associated with the project.

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