I am quoting an article at the following link
Florida Power and Light, along with developer Sydney Kitson, plan to build a new city that will run exclusively on solar power.
It will be a solar metropolis of sorts and what could be a better place to have this than in our own Sunshine State? Almost 20,000 homes are planned in the community so it will be quite vast. It is to be powered by a 75-megawatt solar photovoltaic array that, so far, is the largest planned in the world. What even more amazing is that construction will take about a year, employ about 400 construction workers and cost $350 million to $400 million. The cost will be borne by FPL’s 4.5 million customers, who will pay about 20 cents a month. The solar array will be connected to FPL’s power grid and the plan is for it to become a net exporter of electricity. They are researching on how to store the energy to use at night but until then, at night, the city will draw power from the utility’s other power plants that run on fossil or nuclear fuels. The potential savings would be large enough that it might help spur the local economy.
Now that kind of news makes my day