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SARASOTA COUNTY -- By next spring, a structure in Rothenbach Park is expected to produce enough energy to power 44 homes.
Considering the several million customers that Florida Power & Light serves, that's not a lot of juice.
But the solar project FPL is building east of Sarasota -- on Bee Ridge Road, east of Interstate 75 -- is still expected to be the largest solar array in Florida, covering half the size of a football field with panels about 5 feet by 3 feet each.
It is being built to hold up FPL's end of the bargain with customers who have signed up for its Sunshine Energy program.
About 28,000 folks so far have agreed to fork over another $9.75 per month on their power bills to pay for power generated by …