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The most recent addition to our solar family is a new 12-megawatt expansion of community solar at the Stanton Energy Center (SEC). This new array is unique in that it’s one of the first solar farms in the country that sits atop a closed byproduct landfill at a power plant—the new facility will more than double OUC’s solar capacity. The community solar farm gives OUC’s residential and business customers access to sustainable, maintenance-free solar energy without the hassles and costs associated with installing panels on their homes or businesses. When combined with the existing Community Solar Farm at our Gardenia Operations Center, OUC generates enough solar energy to power thousands of homes.
Residential and commercial electric customers can subscribe for all or a portion of their monthly electric bill to be powered by solar energy. Customers can opt for a percentage of their electric usage in 10 percent increments at a fixed solar rate of .06 per kWh in lieu of the normal fuel charge portion of their bill.
Below is an example of how a Community Solar charge will appear on your bill.* Billing amounts are based on a customer using 1,200 kWh and electing 20% of their energy to come from solar.
To sign up, click the button below, fill out the form with some basic customer information and then an OUC representative will contact you to enroll.
Take a look at the construction time lapse of community solar at the Stanton Energy Center (SEC) and aerial view videos below.
In 2013, OUC developed Central Florida’s first community solar farm at our Gardenia facility. The 400 kW array produces an average of 540,000 kWh annually, which is enough energy to meet the power needs of about 40 homes and is the equivalent to avoiding 949,316 pounds of carbon dioxide emissions. It also acts as covered parking for employees and visitors.