See larger An electrician plugs in solar panels at the new FGCU solar power plant on the school's campus Tuesday in preparation for making the plant active. While construction continues, the solar plant is expected to go live and produce power on December 22 of this year.  The solar panels will produce enough electricity to power 600 homes. Michel Fortier/Staff

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An electrician plugs in solar panels at the new FGCU solar power plant on the school's campus Tuesday in preparation for making the plant active. While construction continues, the solar plant is expected to go live and produce power on December 22 of this year. The solar panels will produce enough electricity to power 600 homes. Michel Fortier/Staff

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