Florida Power & Light to Demolish Four Stacks at 1960s-Era Power Plant

The new plant will produce electricity to power 260,000 homes and businesses.

Monday, Jul 8, 2013  |  Updated 3:16 PM EDT
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Florida Power & Light will demolish four stacks at its 1960s-era Port Everglades Power Plant, the company said Monday.
 The four red-and-white-striped stacks are 350 feet tall with 7,500-ton boilers. They are being demolished on July 16, in order to create a new, high efficiency, power plant, the company said.

Florida Power & Light will demolish four stacks at its 1960s-era Port Everglades Power Plant, the company said Monday. The four red-and-white-striped stacks are 350 feet tall with 7,500-ton boilers. They are being demolished on July 16, in order to create a new, high efficiency, power plant, the company said.

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Florida Power & Light will demolish four stacks at its 1960s-era Port Everglades Power Plant, the company said Monday.

The four red-and-white-striped stacks are 350 feet tall with 7,500-ton boilers.

They are being demolished on July 16, in order to create a new, high efficiency, power plant, the company said.

The new plant will produce electricity to power 260,000 homes and businesses.

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