New Jersey Solar Portfolio
37 MW Portfolio Located in New Jersey
West Pemberton Solar
West Pemberton Solar is located on industrial zoned farmland, along US-Route-206, at the intersection of three townships. The project will provide electricity to the regional electric grid via interconnection to a 26 kV PSE&G distribution line. This project is one of the few farm-land located projects approved by the NJ Board of Public utilities following the passage of the 2012 NJ Solar Act.
Jacobstown Solar is located on farmland in Burlington County, NJ which is a region very focused on farmland preservation. The project is located along a rural county road. Special care was taken to work with the community to design a project with an appropriate location and landscaping buffers to fit well with the agricultural surroundings.
The project provides electricity to the regional electric grid via interconnection to pre-existing on-site Jersey Central Power & Light 34.5 kV distribution lines. This project is one of the few farm-land located projects approved by the NJ Board of Public utilities following the passage of the 2012 NJ Solar Act.
- Special low mow turf grass to reduce stormwater runoff and improve organic content for future agricultural use.
- Worked closely with neighbors and landscape architect to design an attractive and sustainable landscaping and fencing buffer.
- Preserved landscape: 200-year-old oak tree saved from demolition.
Projects in the New Jersey Solar Portfolio Include:
- Cedar Branch, Cumberland County, 7 MW
- Hanover, Burlington County, 5 MW
- Harmony, Warren County, 3 MW
- Jacobstown I, Burlington County, 5 MW
- Jacobstown II/North Run, Burlington County, 7 MW
- Upper Freehold, Monmouth County, 3 MW
- West Pemberton, Burlington County, 7 MW
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Amazon Solar Farm – Eastern Shore
Amazon Solar Farm - Eastern Shore is a solar project on the Delmarva Peninsula supplying Amazon Web Services data centers under a long-term Power Purchase Agreement.
The Clarkson Solar project is hosted on land owned by Clarkson University, which also purchases the power through a long-term PPA.
Elizabethtown College Solar
The Elizabethtown College Solar project delivers its power to Elizabethtown College and is a hands-on educational tool for undergraduate students at the College.
The Gateway Solar project was developed by Community Energy and acquired by Constellation, an Exelon company, for construction and operation.
Keystone Solar is one of the first and largest customer driven utility-scale solar projects in PA.
Lafayette Solar Gardens
The Lafayette Solar Gardens are located in Lafayette, Colorado. These projects were the result of a cooperative effort between Community Energy and the City of Lafayette.
North Carolina Solar Portfolio
The highlighted Dunn Solar, Rose Hill Solar & Franklin Solar projects are located in Dunn, NC, Rose Hill, NC and Louisburg, NC.
Marion County Solar
The Marion County Solar project is located on an industrial site in Indianapolis and supplies power to Citizens Energy Group and Indiana Power & Light.
Lake County Solar
Lake County Solar is located on an industrial site in Northern Indiana and supplies NIPSCO.
The Butler Solar project originated through a competitive bid process announced by Georgia Power.
The Comanche Solar project was selected by Xcel Energy through a competitive bid process to supply the majority of its solar generation portfolio in Colorado.
Amazon Solar Farm Virginia – Southampton
Amazon Solar Farm Virginia - Southampton is a solar project in Southampton County, Virginia supplying Amazon Web Services data centers under a long-term Power Purchase Agreement.
West Vineland and North Vineland Solar facilities supply energy to the Vineland Municipal Electric Utility (VMEU).
North Star Solar
The North Star Solar Project provides Xcel Energy with a cost-effective and efficient solution to meeting their 1.5 percent solar energy requirement in Minnesota.
The Sterling Solar and Berkley East Solar projects supply power to two local municipal electric utilities in Massachusetts.
New Jersey Solar Portfolio
The highlighted West Pemberton Solar and Jacobstown Solar projects are a total size of 28 MW (AC) located in Burlington and Warren County, NJ.