23 Nov '11, 5pm

New Jersey Ice Arena home to a new PV array #solar

Ice House of New Jersey, an ice arena in Hackensack, N.J., has inaugurated an 843 kW solar system. The system was designed and installed by Mercury Solar Systems ' Mays Landing, N.J., office and is expected to meet 22% of Ice House's annual electricity needs. It consists of 3,666 PV modules, Mercury Solar Systems adds.

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