CEP Renewables, working with companions CS Power and NJR Clear Power Ventures (CEV), has remodeled a former contaminated brownfield in Holland, New Jersey right into a 17-MW photo voltaic park, it mentioned on Tuesday.
The fixed-tilt photo voltaic set up was in-built two phases on a web site that beforehand was a paper mill advanced, deserted within the Nineties. The property proprietor, an organization decommissioning former industrial websites, engaged CEP Renewables to redevelop the land.
CEP Renewables bought the Holland mission in 2021 to CEV, which now owns greater than 430 MW of photo voltaic capability throughout New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island and Connecticut.
“NJR Clean Energy Ventures has a long history of working with CEP Renewables and CS Energy on complex solar projects to bring the benefits of clean energy to communities throughout New Jersey,” remarked Robert Pohlman, vice chairman of NJR Clear Power Ventures, which is a subsidiary of New Jersey Assets (NYSE:NJR).
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