CEP Renewables starts construction on 19 MW solar project in New Jersey

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CEP Renewables announced that construction has started on its 19 MW dc grid supply Foul Rift solar project located in White Township, Warren County, New Jersey.

The project is being developed on a brownfield, an environmentally impaired site, that had been the home to a composting facility for nearly three decades. CEP Renewables did not reveal financial details of the project.

Prior to the cessation of operations, the facility had a long history of violations received from New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP).

CEP’s development of this project will complete the environmental remediation at this site while also providing reliable clean energy, pollinator habitats and greater tax revenue for the local community. This fixed-tilt, bifacial solar module project is expected to reach commercial operation by September 2024.

This project supports the state in achieving its goal of 100 percent clean electricity by 2035 – the most ambitious clean energy goal in the country.

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