WATTS IN THE NEWS

 
Check this space often for updates from the Irby communications team. This is where you will find updates on industry news and technological applications impacting the way we work. We’ll update you on projects in progress, major milestones in the field, and project completions. Check this space to find out who is new at Irby, who’s celebrating a work anniversary or who is making a difference for our clients. From time to time, you might also find an acquisition or investor update from our parent company, Quanta Services.

IRBY NEWS STORIES

INDUSTRY NEWS STORIES

Battery Storage On The Rise

Battery Storage On The Rise

Florida Power & Light’s Manatee Energy Storage Center will be the largest battery storage center in the world upon its completion in 2021. Irby was awarded the construction of this project in the Fall of 2020, which will have the capacity of 409 megawatts.

Battery storage is now in a phase of rapid growth as the industry continues to move towards clean energy. Read more from Dan Gearino’s article on InsideClimateNews.org. 

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Florida Approves Utility Storm Protection Plans

Florida Approves Utility Storm Protection Plans

On Monday, August 10th, the Florida Public Service Commission approved the authorization of storm protection plans (SPP) for four investor-owned utilities (TECO, FPL, Gulf Power, and Duke Energy Florida) according to an article from UtilityDive.com.

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Battery Storage On The Rise

Battery Storage On The Rise

Florida Power & Light’s Manatee Energy Storage Center will be the largest battery storage center in the world upon its completion in 2021. Irby was awarded the construction of this project in the Fall of 2020, which will have the capacity of 409 megawatts.

Battery storage is now in a phase of rapid growth as the industry continues to move towards clean energy. Read more from Dan Gearino’s article on InsideClimateNews.org. 

read more
Florida Approves Utility Storm Protection Plans

Florida Approves Utility Storm Protection Plans

On Monday, August 10th, the Florida Public Service Commission approved the authorization of storm protection plans (SPP) for four investor-owned utilities (TECO, FPL, Gulf Power, and Duke Energy Florida) according to an article from UtilityDive.com.

read more