Florida & Power & Light Co. plans to spend $822 million to upgrade equipment at two of its plants to comply with new federal air quality standards.
Randall LaBauve, FPL’s vice president, environmental services, said Monday that 48 “peaking units,” known as peakers, which are ramped up during periods of high electricity demand, will be replaced with eight new more efficient combustion turbine engines.
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