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KEYS' Photo Gallery

Looking south high above the new and historic Seven-Mile bridges, KEYS' Service Area stretches south to Key West = the southernmost point in the continental United States. KEYS' Service Building is located at 1001 James Street in Key West, Florida, near the historic Key West Bight. Aerial historic photograph of the Key West Steam Plant and substation, with City Electric System-era Service Building in the left-front foreground. The Florida Municipal Poer Agency installed a $30-million, 43 megawatt (MW) combustion turbine generator at KEYS' Stock Island Generation Facility. The unit brings KEYS' "on-island" generation capabilities to approximately 109 MW. Hostoric interior photograph of the old Angela Street Diesel Plant. A KEYS' contractor inspects the TIELINE via helicopter high above Key West. Historic photograph of a City Electric System-era line truck outside the old Angela Street Diesel Plant. KEYS' contractors install "peel & stick" solar panels to the roof of the Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center in a joint partnership between KEYS, the Florida Municipal Power Agency and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Historic photograph of the original headquarters of the Key West Electric Company on the corner of Duval and Greene streets. KEYS' Lineman makes repairs to the TIELINE near the White Street Electrical Substation. Key West Electric Company-era "horse-powered" bucket truck. KEYS' Tree Giveaway which began in 1994, is part of a nationwide public power program called TREE POWER sponsored by the American Public Power Association. To-date, KEYS has given away over 36,000 native shade trees to its customers. KEYS' contractors make over-water repairs to TIELINE poles which help to keep KEYS The Stock Island Generation Facility SOlar Project array is installed on the roof of KEYS' Purchasing section and materials warehouse, which overlooks Safe Harbor in Stock Island. KEYS' Wind Demonstration Project is installed in the Cudjoe Key Electrical Substation on U.S. Highway 1 (MM 23,Oceanside). The tallest turbine is installed at a height of 63-feet, and the second at a height of 35-feet. The diameter of each turbine from blade ti[p to blade tip is 12-feet. KEYS' Linemen attract a flock of onlookers when performing repairs to the Transmission Line (TIELINE) near Pigeon Key. The sun sets on yet another day where KEYS reliably powered paradise.


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