Duke Energy Renewables owns and operates approximately 500 megawatts (MW) of photovoltaic (PV) solar power projects at more than 50 solar plants across the country, delivering customized solar solutions for utilities, municipalities, electric cooperatives and large business customers.
In late 2017 Duke added two new projects in Kentucky. Walton Solar Power Plants 1 & 2, will be built in Kenton County on parts of a 60-acre property at 352 York Road. In total, Duke Energy will install about 19,000 solar panels at the site, which will be capable of producing more than 4 megawatts of electricity. The Crittenden Solar Power Plant will be located off I-75 in Grant County on portions of a 110-acre site at 922 Ruark Road. This solar array will include about 12,500 panels, and will be able to generate more than 2.7 megawatts of electricity.
Perfect Perspectives had worked with EPC Black & Veatch providing drone aerial imaging on the Dayton Power & Light FGD construction projects in Ohio starting in 2006. When Duke selected B&V’s Overland Contracting Division to build the two solar plants they contacted Perfect Perspectives to perform drone filming of the evolution of construction.