Solar Frontier supplies 3.8 MW to juwi-developed project

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Solar Frontier supplied 29,400 CIS thin film modules to the Mill Creek Solar Farm in Burlington County, New Jersey. The solar farm is part of PSE&G’s Solar 4 All program. The project was developed, designed and built by juwi solar.

575 average-sized homes will be powered by the project and Solar Frontier states that the Mill Creek Solar Farm is the largest thin film project in the state. PSE&G owns and manages the solar farm and under the Solar 4 All program, will develop 80 MW of solar power in New Jersey, enough for 13,000 average-sized homes.

"We are proud to have worked closely with Solar Frontier on its first deployment of modules to a large-scale utility project in the U.S.," said Michael Martin, CEO of juwi solar. "We firmly believe performance will meet or exceed our clientsÂ’ expectations and look forward to a continued relationship with Solar Frontier on future installations."

"A main objective of our Solar 4 All program was to help develop a strong solar industry," said Al Matos, vice president, renewables and energy solutions, PSE&G. "By partnering with a wide range of companies like juwi solar and Solar Frontier, we are helping businesses take root and grow, creating jobs and helping New Jersey to meet its renewable energy goals."