Once completed, this will be the largest floating PV system in the Southeast U.S. (dethroning Fort Bragg) at 1.2MW. This facility will directly power the Southern Regional Water Supply Facility for Orange County.
The largest military base in the country is now home to the largest floating PV system in the Southeast U.S. D3Energy built this 1.1MW system coupled with a 2MWh Tesla battery to directly power the military base.
Situated at the entrance to Universal Orlando® theme parks, this array is a first of it's kind. Utilizing a unique product, SolarSkin, to create the Comcast logo, this project is a creative statement on Universal's green initiatives.
The largest floating solar array in Florida, D3Energy built this 1MW system which will directly power the Altamonte Springs Regional Water Reclamation Facility which delivers reclaimed water to the Central Florida region.
D3Energy recently built this pilot project for CFX to showcase the ability of FPV and batteries. Utilizing a retention pond along their highway, this microgrid powers their emergency digital sign with solar & battery storage.
D3Energy partnered with the City of Orlando and OUC to bring this unique floating solar array to OIA. Designed in the shape of the airport's logo, this system is a perfect compliment to Orlando's green energy goals.
In 2017, D3Energy installed the first FPV system in Florida for OUC at their operations facility. Three years later, OUC decided to double the system size as a continued micro-grid project.
In partnership with the Vector Group, D3Energy provided New Zealand not only it's first floating PV system, but it's largest PV system of any kind. This 1.1MW system is situated directly on the wastewater reservoir for the plant.
D3Energy built this floating PV system for Miami-Dade County and Florida Power & Light to bring South Florida it's first floating solar array. Located at Miami Int. Airport, passengers will see this array as they land.