California, United States [RenewableEnergyWorld.com enXco has announced that commercial operations of the 1.8-megawatt (MW) Belle Mean solar project have started. Located on the grounds of Carrier Clinic in Belle Mead, New Jersey, the solar system will supply 50% of Carrier Clinic’s electrical needs under a 25-year Power Purchase agreement.
The 1.8 MW ground-mount fixed tilt solar array constructed on nearly 14 acres is the largest ground-mount project to date owned and operated by enXco. It is also the largest solar array on a New Jersey healthcare system campus.
“Belle Mead Solar Project marks the completion of enXco’s fifth solar energy development in New Jersey during 2009. Our commitment to help New Jersey businesses lower their energy cost is steadfast as we look forward to partnering with other New Jersey based businesses in 2010,” said Peter Solomon, director of distributed solar for enXco. “Our integrated approach to project development allows for the design of high-value, cost-effective energy solutions resulting in long-term energy and cost benefits for our clients.”