Back in February, we told you about the huge solar project New Jersey utility PSE&G was planning: 120 MW divided among four different programs, all to be completed by 2013. Well, the project has just received approval from the state's utility board, but the approved version is a little different from the original.
The so-called Solar4All Program will now top out at a capacity of 80 MW across two separate programs. The cost of the project has dropped to $515 million from close to $800 million and www.breinweb.nl it will now make up 4.4 percent of the state's renewable energy requirement (22.5 percent by 2020), down from 7 percent. The 2013 target remains in place.
Half of buy viagra without a prescription the installed capacity will be in the form of small solar panel installations (under 200W) on utility poles across the http://www.drk-dillenburg.de/info-levitra state. The other half will be larger installations between 500kW and 25 MW, including solar gardens and rooftop arrays on PSE&G facilities and other privately-owned sites.
With this project, the state will be doubling its existing solar capacity and continue to generic viagra money order hold its second-place ranking behind California in installed solar power.via Treehugger
written by Fred, July 31, 2009
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