Largest Non-Utility-Owned Solar Project on East Coast Officially Dedicated

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Lincoln Renewable Energy (LRE) recently held the official dedication ceremony for its 12.5-megawatt (MW) NJ Oak Solar power project. The solar power project, located in Cumberland County, N.J., includes approximately 53,000 solar panels and sits on a 100-acre site. “It is the largest non-utility-owned solar project east of the Mississippi,” the company states.

LRE is a solar and wind energy developer that “has raised more than $100 million in external financing to fund its growth and is developing more than 30 solar and wind projects in 11 states managed from offices in Chicago, Austin, Denver and Hoboken, N.J.”

For more information about the project, check out the LRE news release or the video above.


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