No Name Key resident John Bakke explains the solar setup at his Bimini Lane home. Bakke and his wife Mary want Keys Energy Services to bring in commercial electricity. They say it's a much greener method than using batteries and diesel generators.
(Keynoter Photo by RYAN McCARTHY)
No Name Key resident John Bakke explains the solar setup at his Bimini Lane home. Bakke and his wife Mary want Keys Energy Services to bring in commercial electricity. They say it's a much greener method than using batteries and diesel generators. (Keynoter Photo by RYAN McCARTHY) rmccarthy@keynoter.com
No Name Key resident John Bakke explains the solar setup at his Bimini Lane home. Bakke and his wife Mary want Keys Energy Services to bring in commercial electricity. They say it's a much greener method than using batteries and diesel generators. (Keynoter Photo by RYAN McCARTHY) rmccarthy@keynoter.com

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September 05, 2012 11:01 AM

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