On August 30, 2021, ROI-NJ published an article about the sixth activation within New Jersey Community Solar Program. The solar panels installed on Duke Realty facilities in the Wood-Ridge borough of New Jersey is expected to generate 2.8 million kilowatt hours of energy annually — or enough to power 375 homes in Bergen, Essex, Hudson and Passaic counties. The project is part of Year One of the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities’ Community Solar Energy Pilot Program, which is administered by New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program.
The installation at 5 Ethel Blvd. is one of four rooftop community solar projects installed by Solar Landscape on Duke Realty facilities
Megan Basore, Duke Realty’s vice president of corporate responsibility, said the company is all-in on the project.
“Duke Realty remains committed to thoughtful and sustainable practices that take into consideration the impact we have on the communities we serve,” she said. “By teaming with Solar Landscape and participating in New Jersey’s Community Solar Pilot Program, we are working to be good corporate citizens and helping the residents of Bergen and Hudson counties, while leading the way for a clean energy future.”
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