Dow Jones partners with Sunpower to build 4.1 MW solar system


The project, due to be completed next year, is tipped to be one of the nation's largest solar power installations operating at a corporate site.

The system will include 3.6 MW of elevated solar panels above parking areas and a 522-kilowatt rooftop installation. When completed early next year, the system is expected to generate the equivalent of 15 percent of current electricity needs for Dow Jones' South Brunswick campus.

"Renewable energy is part of a sustainable business plan for Dow Jones," said Dean Del Vecchio, the company's chief information officer and chief administrative officer.

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