Men work high above the ground Tuesday morning at the Duke Energy combined-cycle natural gas plant in Crystal River. A blast wall is constructed above.
On target

CRYSTAL RIVER — Duke Energy will mark its one-year anniversary Thursday of the groundbreaking on its $1.5 billion combined-cycle natural gas plant at its Crystal River complex.

So far, there have been no glitches or delays and it’s full steam ahead for a 2018 debut.

“The project is tracking on schedule,” said Thom Neal, Duke’s senior project manager. “We’re right at 30 percent complete.”


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