Old Bridge, Pittstown, Washington, Milford, Franklin, Monroe, NJ
NJRCEV, a subsidiary of New Jersey Resources, invests in, owns and operates residential and commercial solar projects and currently maintains a portfolio of over 250MWs throughout New Jersey.
The NJR portfolio awarded to CS Energy consists of six ground mounted arrays ranging in size from 9 MW to 15 MW that were constructed between 2018 and 2020. The portfolio of projects is owned and operated by NJRCEV with power being sold to the grid. This portfolio is a major contributing factor to achieving New Jersey’s aggressive clean energy policies.
Each project has its own unique challenges which CS Energy successfully overcame. Prior to the installation of one of the projects, CS Energy had to clear 31 acres of land and import 22,000 cubic yards of clean fill. The clean fill was used to “cap” the brownfield site, which was previously used as a brick manufacturing facility. At another project, CS Energy had to design the system to be compatible with a capped fly-ash area which required a combination of pile driven and ballasted racking systems to ensure the fly-ash area was not disturbed.
NJR is a repeat customer of CS Energy. Repeat customers account for more than 50% of CS Energy’s business. CS Energy’s ability to optimize the design of the systems, solve problems, and deliver project on-time and on-budget has enabled us to build long-lasting partnerships with our customers.
“CS Energy has an extensive track record of building high quality solar facilities and has proven to be a strong partner for NJRCEV.” - Robert Pohlman, Chief of Staff, NJR Clean Energy Ventures.
|Client||New Jersey Resources Clean Energy Ventures|
|Duration||2018 - 2020|
The project was awarded to Ben Moreell Solar Farm, LLC as part of the Navy’s energy resiliency initiative in 2015. CS Energy was contracted to design, procure and install the 28.5 MW ground mounted array in Tinton Falls, New Jersey.
With 10+ years and over 160 MWs in place, CS Energy has led the nation in landfill solar installations. With expertise in this specialized market segment, CS Energy was able to design, procure and construct their first solar plus storage project located completely on a landfill cap in Amesbury, Massachusetts.