enXco Opens 1.8-MW Solar Project in New Jersey

enXco has officially activated a 1.8-megawatt (MW) thin-film solar photovoltaic (PV) system for Hall’s Warehouse Corp. in New Jersey. The installation brings the total solar energy generation at Hall’s to 3.2 MW making it New Jersey’s largest private commercial roof-top solar system.

The roof mounted fixed tilt solar array, developed and owned by enXco, consists of 20,184 First Solar panels and 2,190 Uni-Solar laminates. enXco will own and operate the system and supply the project’s output to Hall’s Corporation under a power purchase agreement on a net-metering basis.

“enXco is proud to partner with Hall’s to bring this project to completion. Projects like this are critical to New Jersey’s future energy plans and its commitment to renewable energy resources. We extend our gratitude to our New Jersey based partners who are essential to our project development team,” said Peter Solomon, director distributed generation solar for enXco. “Within the last 12 months, enXco has engaged in the development of nearly 5 MW of solar in New Jersey demonstrating the importance of this market area for us.”

Infinite Energy and Clean Energy Holdings co-developed the project with Vanguard Energy Partners LLC as the installer. enXco Service Corporation will provide operations and maintenance services.

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