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Duke Energy Florida to build 22 MW of battery storage projects

Duke Energy Florida LLC on June 3 announced plans to build three lithium-based battery storage projects with a total capacity of 22 MW.

The proposed projects are the 11-MW Trenton battery facility to be built 30 miles west of Gainesville in Gilchrist County, Fla.; the 5.5-MW Cape San Blas battery facility to be built approximately 40 miles southeast of Panama City in Gulf County, Fla.; and the 5.5-MW Jennings battery facility to be built 1.5 miles south of the Florida-Georgia border in Hamilton County.

The Duke Energy Corp. subsidiary expects to complete all three projects by the end of 2020, according to a company news release.

Duke Energy Florida is investing approximately $1 billion in the construction and acquisition of 700 MW aggregate solar capacity and 50 MW of battery storage through 2022.