KDC Solar to build 3.25MW solar facility in New Jersey, US

KDC Solar has collaborated with United Stationers Supply and Sudler Companies to design, install, own and operate a 3.25MW roof-mounted solar installation in New Jersey, US.

KDC Solar has collaborated with United Stationers Supply and Sudler Companies to design, install, own and operate a 3.25MW roof-mounted solar installation in New Jersey, US.


The solar facility, which is scheduled to start in early 2011, will be constructed at United Stationers' distribution center in Cranbury.

Once the facility is completed, it is expected to generate approximately 3,450,000kwh of solar electricity per year.

The warehouse, which is leased to United Stationers by the Sudler Companies, is one of United's volume distribution centers in the country.

KDC Solar CEO Hal Kamine said that the collaboration with the Sudler Companies and United Stationers will bring clean, low cost, long-term solar energy to another business in New Jersey.

"This solar facility will demonstrate United Stationers' and The Sudler Companies' recognition of the business-friendly focused-environment created by New Jersey policymakers for behind-the-meter solar electric systems," Kamine said.

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