New Jersey > Solar Panels
New Jersey Utility Starts Capping Utility Poles and Streetlights With Solar Panels
The program, known as Solar 4 All, was approved last July. Once complete, it will be the largest pole-mounted solar array in the world.
PSE&G's plans call for the entire array of 200-watt panels to feed 40 megawatts of electricity into the grid. Each panel is 5 feet by 2.5 feet in size and sits about 16 feet off of ground level.
The cost of the project is folded into a $515 million initiative to increase the utility's solar power, including rooftop installations and solar farms in Trenton, Linden and other new Jersey cities.
A PSE&G spokesman speaking to the Lawrence Ledger estimated that a little over a tenth of the project had been installed so far.
|New Jersey > Solar Panels|
Mercer Community College plans solar array
A college in New Jersey recently announced that it will install a large-scale solar array on its campus in order to provide academic opportunities for students who are looking to e ...
Major League Teams Take Steps Toward Green Future
Spring is one of the most enjoyable times of the year for many Major League Baseball fans who wait throughout the winter for America's favorite pastime to get back into full sw ...
New Jersey School Converts to Solar
New Jersey recently increased its solar power with multiple installations. One of the most notable is in Blairstown, where boarding school Blair Academy recently completed installa ...
Supermarket in New Jersey Goes Solar
A supermarket in Linden, New Jersey, recently received energy upgrades with the installation of a solar panel system that will generate electricity throughout the facility.Kam Man ...