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PSEG Solar Source develops, constructs, owns and operates large scale solar facilities outside of PSE&G's service territory. The company focuses on developing large-scale solar gardens and farms, generally of at least two megawatts in size.

Its portfolio includes 23 utility-scale solar facilities in 14 states with a total capacity of 414 MWs.

PSEG Halifax Solar Energy Center
A 7 MW solar facility located about 90 miles northeast of Raleigh in Halifax, N.C. The PSEG Halifax Solar Energy Center has a 15-year power purchase agreement with Virginia Electric and Power Co.  (Click here to read the press release)

PSEG West Babylon Solar Center
A 10.6 MW solar facility located in Suffolk County, Long Island, New York, on privately owned land about 40 miles east of Newark, NJ.  The PSEG West Babylon Solar Center has five, 20-year power purchase agreements with the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) under the Clean Solar Initiative II Feed-in Tariff program. (Click here to read the press release)

PSEG Cork Oak Solar Energy Center
A 26.2 MW solar facility located about 90 miles northeast of Raleigh in Halifax, N.C.  The PSEG Cork Oak Solar Energy Center has a 10-year power purchase agreement with Virginia Electric and Power Co. (Click here to read the press release)

PSEG Sunflower Solar Energy Center
A 21 MW solar facility located about 90 miles northeast of Raleigh in Halifax, N.C.  The PSEG Sunflower Solar Energy Center has a 10-year power purchase agreement with Virginia Electric and Power Co. (Click here to read the news release)

PSEG Turkey Creek Solar Energy Center
A 16.8 MW solar facility located about 95 miles northeast of Raleigh, in Northampton County, North Carolina.  PSEG Turkey Creek Solar Energy Center has a power purchase agreement with Virginia Electric and Power Company. Click here to read the press release.   

PSEG Hemlock Solar Energy Center
A 6.5 MW solar facility located about 90 miles northeast of Raleigh, in Northampton County, North Carolina.  PSEG Hemlock Solar Energy Center has a 15-year power purchase agreement with Virginia Electric and Power Company. Click here to read the press release.

PSEG Lake County Solar Energy Center
A 10.5 MW solar facility located approximately 140 miles southeast of Bend, Oregon.  PSEG Lake County Solar Energy Center has a 20-year power purchase agreement with PacificCorp, a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Energy. Click here to read the press release.

PSEG San Isabel Solar Energy Center
A 37.9 MW solar facility located about about 165 miles south of Denver, in Las Animas County, Colorado. Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association, Inc. has a 25-year agreement to purchase output of the facility.  Click here to read the press release.

PSEG Pavant II Solar Energy Center
A 62.7 MW solar facility located 110 miles south of Salt Lake City, in Millard County, Utah.  PacifiCorp has a 20-year agreement to purchase output of the facility. Click here for the press release.

PSEG Rawhide Flats Solar Energy Center
A 36.3 MW solar facility located 25 miles north of Fort Collins in Larimer, Colorado.  Platte River Power Authority (PRPA) has a 25-year agreement to purchase output of the facility.  Click here for the press release.

PSEG Meadows Solar Energy Center
A 25.9 MW solar facility located 80 miles east of Raleigh, in Martin County, North Carolina.  Virginia Electric and Power Company has a 15-year agreement to purchase output of the facility. Click here for the press release.

PSEG Lawrence Livermore Solar Energy Center
A 3.9 MW solar facility located 45 miles east of San Francisco, in Livermore, California. Western Area Power Authority (WAPA) has a 20-year agreement to purchase output of the facility. Click here for the press release.

PSEG Pittsburg Solar Energy Center 
A 25.4 MW solar facility located on brownfield in Northern California. Pacific Gas & Electric has a 20-year agreement to purchase output of the facility.  Click here for the press release.

PSEG Waldorf Solar Energy Center
A 13.1 MW solar energy facility located near Waldorf, Maryland.  Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative (SMECO) has a 20-year agreement to purchase output of the facility.  Click here for the press release.

PSEG El Paso Solar Energy Center
Located 14 miles north of El Paso, Texas, adjacent to the existing El Paso Electric Newman Generating Station, the facility will have a capacity of 13.0 MW. El Paso Electric Company has a 30-year power agreement to purchase output of the facility.  Click here for the press release.

PSEG Essex Solar Energy Center 
Located four miles northeast of Burlington, Vermont, the facility has a capacity of 3.6 MW. Output of the facility is to be sold under a 25-year agreement to Vermont Electric Power Producers (VEEP), Inc., as part of the Vermont Sustainably Priced Energy Enterprise Development (SPEED) program.  Click here for the press release.

PSEG Shasta Solar Farm [A & B]
Two adjacent solar facilities totaling 4.4 MW located in Shasta County, California.  Output of the facilities to be sold to PG&E under a 20-year agreement. Click here for the press release.

PSEG Badger 1 Solar Farm
A 19.4 MW solar facility located on approximately 172 acres west of Phoenix, Arizona.  Arizona Public Service has a 30-year agreement to purchase the output of the facility. Click here for the press release.

PSEG Milford Solar Farm
A 15 MW DC project on 80 acres in Kent County, Delaware. At the time it went into service, the end of 2012, it was the largest solar farm in the state.  The project created approximately 100 jobs during construction. It has a power purchase agreement for energy and solar renewable energy credits with Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation. Click here for the press release and photo of the solar farm.

PSEG Queen Creek Solar Farm
A 25.3 MW DC solar project located on 142 acres of land approximately 30 miles southeast of Phoenix, Arizona. The Salt River Project Agricultural Improvement and Power District entered into a long term power purchase agreement to acquire all of the solar energy generated by the project for 20 years.  Click here to see the press releases and photos of the solar farm.

PSEG Wyandot Solar Farm
A 12 MW DC solar farm on 80 acres in Wyandot County, Ohio – the largest solar installation operating in the state. Commercial operation started in summer 2010. AEP Ohio has contracted for the output of the system and the renewable energy credits. Click here for the press release marking the completion of the project and photos of the solar farm.

PSEG Jacksonville Solar Farm
A 15 MW DC solar farm on 100 acres in Jacksonville, Florida which started commercial operation in the summer of 2010. JEA, a Jacksonville municipal utility, has contracted for the output of the system and the renewable energy credits.  At completion, was 2nd largest solar facility in Florida. Click here for the press release, fact sheet and photos of the solar farm.

The PSEG Mars Hackettstown Solar Garden
A 2.2 MW DC facility with more than 28,000 ground mounted solar panels located on 18 acres adjacent to Mars Snackfood’s U.S. headquarters in western New Jersey. PSEG Solar Source owns the system; Mars has contracted for the output of the system, which is located on its property. At completion, was 7th largest solar facility in the U.S. Click here for the press release marking the completion of the project and photos of the construction of the solar garden construction.

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PSEG Solar Source LLC is not the same company as PSE&G, the New Jersey based electric and gas utility.  PSEG Solar Source is not regulated by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities.  You do not have to purchase any PSEG Solar Source products in order to receive quality regulated services from PSE&G.  

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