Mercury Solar Systems Inaugurates 3.6 MW N.J. Project

Posted by SI Staff on February 13, 2012 No Comments
Categories : Projects & Contracts

Solar project integrator Mercury Solar Systems has completed a 3.6 MW system in Manalapan, N.J. The company worked with NJR Clean Energy Ventures, the owner of the system, and Spano Partners Holdings, the land and project developer, on the $17.2 million project.

‘This ground mount is the largest system we have designed and installed to date and underscores the continued strength of the utility-scale solar market in New Jersey,’ notes Frank Alfano, CEO of Mercury Solar Systems.

Over 12,000 solar panels were installed at the Village at Manalapan, which is home to a future 500,000 square-foot shopping center. The solar system is expected to produce 4.5 GWh annually, according to Mercury Solar Systems.

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