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Welcome! This website provides access to interactive data from solar and energy storage systems that are integrated into a parking garage at the University of South Florida's St. Petersburg campus.
A 100-kW solar canopy is located on top of the parking garage.
A battery energy storage system supports the energy needs of the parking garage, including electric vehicle charging.
This project provides USF St. Petersburg, Duke Energy, its customers, and the power industry an opportunity to learn about the many ways solar and energy storage can be used to interact with electrical loads and the power grid.