PSE&G's $446M solar energy investment would utilize landfills, brownfields

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The Star-Ledger

To solar energy developers, New Jersey’s thousands of acres of brownfields and hundreds of landfills represent a vast untapped resource in a state starving for open space. But because of economic, environmental and logistical hurdles, landfills and brownfields account for just a tiny fraction of the more than 20,000 solar projects installed in New Jersey with the help of subsidy credits.

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