Walt Disney World Gets a Mickey Mouse Solar Panel Boost

A project on the outskirts of the Disney theme park bears the ubiquitous Disney branding, and should be operational soon.
Apr 1, 2016 7:00 AM ET

The 20-acre site near World Drive in Central Florida, built by Duke Energy, includes almost 50,000 panels, producing about 5 megawatts of power, and will serve Reedy Creek Improvement District, the power provider to Walt Disney World.

The Orlando Sentinel offers more details:

"Disney World already buys some power from Duke. It has used a little bit of solar power here and there, including at a theater at Epcot’s Universe of Energy exhibit, and in water-heating systems in a wardrobe facility and at the Animal Nutrition Center.