DeLand on board with going greener Katie Kustura   | The Daytona Beach News-Journal

Duke Energy Florida has big solar energy goals for the next few years, and if all goes according to plan, it’ll help DeLand and other municipalities operate a little greener.

The Clean Energy Connection Program, which still needs the green light from the Florida Public Service Commission, “will enable qualified business and residential customers to participate in a community solar program and directly fund the development of several utility-owned solar plants interconnected to the Duke

Energy power grid in Florida,” according to the company’s website.

“The Clean Energy Connection Program is delivering on what our customers want — affordable clean energy options,” Catherine Stempien, president of Duke Energy Florida, said. “It will be

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