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L&D Landfill Solar

Capacity:
12.93 MW
Annual Yield:
16.80 mil. kWh
Country:
USA
State:
New Jersey
Commissioning:
2015
Modules:
42400

The 12.93 MW (DC) L&D Landfill Solar project achieved commercial operation in December 2015.  The project is located in Mt. Holly, New Jersey, and was constructed by JSI Construction Group; the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) contractor.  The L&D Landfill is built on an existing Waste Management owned landfill that decommissioned in the 1980’s. Construction included the use of pour-in-place ballasts, fixed tilt racking, and thousands of PV panels.  Public Service Electric & Gas (PSE&G) will own and operate the facility, which generates enough power for approximately 2,000 average size homes in New Jersey.

  • Construction began in July 2015
  • Commercial operation was achieved in December 2015
  • Includes 42,400 modules constructed on ballast supported fixed tilt racking
  • Landlord: Waste Management
  • Project Owner and Operator: Public Service Electric & Gas (PSE&G)
  • Annual generation (avg): 16,804 MWh

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