New Jersey Solar

SIZE: 31.5 MW (DC) Combined Across 5 Projects

LOCATION: Burlington and Warren County, NJ (Multiple)

West Pemberton Solar

Distinguishing Features

• West Pemberton Solar is 9.2 MW (DC).

• Extension of Public Service Electric & Gas (PSE&G) 26kV distribution line ~1 mile to the project site.

• 2-stage landscape buffer along Route US-206 to accommodate potential future widening of US-206.

• Low Mow turf-grass to reduce Stormwater runoff and improve organic content for future agriculture.

• ~200 year old Oak Tree saved from demolition.

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

Jacobstown Solar NJ

Distinguishing Features

•   Jacobstown Solar is a 6.12 MW (DC) project interconnected to a 34.5kV JCP&L distribution line that extends from the Cookstown Substation.

•   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.

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 will provide 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.