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News organizations await the arrival of President Barack Obama on Tuesday morning, Oct. 27 in Arcadia. President Barack Obama will visit Arcadia today for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.

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News organizations await the arrival of President Barack Obama on Tuesday morning, Oct. 27 in Arcadia. President Barack Obama will visit Arcadia today for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.

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  • President Barack Obama visits Arcadia on Tuesday, Oct. 27 for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.
  • News organizations await the arrival of President Barack Obama on Tuesday morning, Oct. 27 in Arcadia. President Barack Obama will visit Arcadia today for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.
  • News organizations await the arrival of President Barack Obama on Tuesday morning, Oct. 27 in Arcadia. President Barack Obama will visit Arcadia today for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.
  • News organizations await the arrival of President Barack Obama on Tuesday morning, Oct. 27 in Arcadia. President Barack Obama will visit Arcadia today for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.
  • Officials secure the area for President Barack Obama's arrival Tuesday, Oct. 27 in Arcadia. President Barack Obama will visit Arcadia today for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.
  • Officials secure the area for President Barack Obama's arrival Tuesday, Oct. 27 in Arcadia. President Barack Obama will visit Arcadia today for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.
  • Officials secure the area for President Barack Obama's arrival Tuesday, Oct. 27 in Arcadia. President Barack Obama will visit Arcadia today for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.
  • Officials secure the area for President Barack Obama's arrival Tuesday, Oct. 27 in Arcadia. President Barack Obama will visit Arcadia today for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.
  • Arcadia residents and news organizations await the arrival of President Barack Obama on Tuesday morning, Oct. 27 in Arcadia. President Barack Obama will visit Arcadia today for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.
  • Arcadia residents and news organizations await the arrival of President Barack Obama on Tuesday morning, Oct. 27 in Arcadia. President Barack Obama will visit Arcadia today for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.
  • Officials secure the area for President Barack Obama's arrival Tuesday, Oct. 27 in Arcadia. President Barack Obama will visit Arcadia today for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.
  • Officials secure the area for President Barack Obama's arrival Tuesday, Oct. 27 in Arcadia. President Barack Obama will visit Arcadia today for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.
  • News organizations await the arrival of President Barack Obama on Tuesday morning, Oct. 27 in Arcadia. President Barack Obama will visit Arcadia today for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.
  • News organizations await the arrival of President Barack Obama on Tuesday morning, Oct. 27 in Arcadia. President Barack Obama will visit Arcadia today for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.
  • President Obama's motorcade arrives at DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center on Tuesday, Oct. 27 in Arcadia.
  • President Obama's motorcade arrives at DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center on Tuesday, Oct. 27 in Arcadia.
  • President Obama's motorcade arrives at DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center on Tuesday, Oct. 27 in Arcadia.
  • An unidentified person in the crowd takes a photo of President Obama on Tuesday, Oct. 27, as he speaks to the crowd in Arcadia. President Obama is in Arcadia today for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center.
  • President Obama speaks to the crowd at Florida Power and Light's newest renewable energy venture Tuesday, Oct. 27 in Arcadia.
  • President Obama speaks to the crowd at Florida Power and Light's newest renewable energy venture Tuesday, Oct. 27 in Arcadia.
  • FPL CEO Lew Hay, left, and President Barack Obama take a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center on Tuesday, Oct. 27 in Arcadia. Michel Fortier/Staff
  • FPL CEO Lew Hay, left, and President Barack Obama take a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center on Tuesday, Oct. 27 in Arcadia. Michel Fortier/Staff
  • FPL CEO Lew Hay, left, and President Barack Obama take a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center on Tuesday, Oct. 27 in Arcadia. Michel Fortier/Staff
  • President Barack Obama visits Arcadia on Tuesday, Oct. 27 for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.
  • FPL CEO Lew Hay, left, President Barack Obama and Greg Bove, construction project manager, tour DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center on Tuesday, Oct. 27 in Arcadia.
  • FPL CEO Lew Hay, left, President Barack Obama and Greg Bove, construction project manager, tour DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center on Tuesday, Oct. 27 in Arcadia.
  • FPL CEO Lew Hay, left, President Barack Obama and Greg Bove, construction project manager, tour DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center on Tuesday, Oct. 27 in Arcadia.
  • FPL CEO Lew Hay, left, President Barack Obama and Greg Bove, construction project manager, tour DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center on Tuesday, Oct. 27 in Arcadia.
  • FPL CEO Lew Hay, left, President Barack Obama and Greg Bove, construction project manager, tour DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center on Tuesday, Oct. 27 in Arcadia.
  • President Barack Obama visits Arcadia on Tuesday, Oct. 27 for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.
  • President Barack Obama visits Arcadia on Tuesday, Oct. 27 for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.
  • FPL CEO Lew Hay talks to the crowd in Arcadia on Tuesday, Oct. 27 for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.
  • President Barack Obama visits Arcadia on Tuesday, Oct. 27 for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.
  • President Barack Obama visits Arcadia on Tuesday, Oct. 27 for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.
  • President Barack Obama visits Arcadia on Tuesday, Oct. 27 for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.
  • President Barack Obama visits Arcadia on Tuesday, Oct. 27 for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.
  • President Barack Obama visits Arcadia on Tuesday, Oct. 27 for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.
  • President Barack Obama speaks to the crowd Tuesday, Oct. 27 at DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center in Arcadia.
  • President Barack Obama greets the crowd Tuesday, Oct. 27 at DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center in Arcadia.
  • President Barack Obama greets the crowd Tuesday, Oct. 27 at DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center in Arcadia.
  • President Barack Obama greets the crowd Tuesday, Oct. 27 at DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center in Arcadia.

President Barack Obama visits Arcadia on Tuesday, Oct. 27 for a speech and a tour of the DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center. The energy center is the largest solar photovoltaic plant in the country, producing 42,000 megawatt-hours or enough power to serve about 3,000 homes annually.

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