Hartz Mountain Constructs 4 Percent of N.J. Solar Power Installations

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Hartz Mountain Industries constructed 11.87 MW of rooftop and ground-based solar arrays in 2011, representing 0.6 percent of the national total and 3.8 percent of New Jersey’s total.

Secaucus, N.J.—Hartz Mountain Industries constructed 11.87 MW of rooftop and ground-based solar arrays in 2011, representing 0.6 percent of the national total and 3.8 percent of New Jersey’s total.

In December 2011, Hartz Mountain began operation of its largest installation and first ground-based array, an 8.5 Megawatt (MW) field in Hamilton, N.J., comprised of over 30,000 solar modules.  Hartz also installed six rooftop solar panel systems bringing the total number of buildings providing solar power to the company and its residents through solar paneling to 13.

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