February 20, 2020
Up Close: Floating Solar Arrays – How to Utilize on CRE Properties
Common Sense Office Furniture, 390 N. Orange Ave, #230, Downtown Orlando
NAIOP Up Close
Floating Solar Arrays – How to Utilize on CRE Properties
Learn how real estate developers and owners of existing office, industrial and multifamily properties can generate a new passive revenue stream by placing floating solar panel arrays on large bodies of water on property.
Cheaper than rooftop solar and a tighter footprint than ground-mount solar, generous tax incentives exist today that can help significantly reduce upfront installation costs.
Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) is already on board, installing a floating solar array in 2019 on a retention pond at its local Gardenia Operations Facility. OUC is now planning more arrays on ponds or lakes across Orlando.
Event: Thursday, Feb. 20, 4-6 pm
Location: Common Sense Office Furniture's conference room at 390 N. Orange Ave, #230. Following the presentation, attendees will be invited to Common Sense Office Furniture’s showroom downstairs for happy hour.
Registration: Members Only
Director of Business Development for Miami-based D3Energy, LLC, a developer of floating solar arrays
Supervisor of Emerging Technologies at Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC)
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