World: CEP Renewables 10 MW Community Solar Landfill Project in New Jersey Begins Construction

CEP Renewables and CS Energy announced that construction has begun on the 10 MW BEMS community solar landfill project, located on the Big Hill Landfill in Southampton, New Jersey. Consisting of two co-located 5 MW solar systems that span across two utility territories, this project will use the ballasted solar racking solution from Terrasmart. Construction of this project is expected to be complete by May 2023. The BEMS project adds to CEP’s total of over 100 MW of solar projects in New Jersey and will contribute to New Jersey’s ranking as the number one U.S. state for installed solar capacity per square mile as well as for the most planned community solar capacity serving LMI households. In total, this project will produce enough clean energy to power 2,000 households - all of which will receive guaranteed savings, and will serve as a reliable source of local tax revenue for this community long-term.


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Smart Grid Bulletin December 2022

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