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PSEG Solar Source has completed the acquisition of a 15 MW solar project in Milford, Del., from juwi solar Inc. (JSI).

Under separate agreements, JSI will engineer, procure and oversee construction of the facility, as well as perform operation and maintenance services for the project. Construction of the project will begin this month.

The project has a power purchase agreement in place for energy and solar renewable energy credits with Delaware Municipal Electric Corp. It will be owned by PSEG Solar Source, a subsidiary of PSEG, a diversified energy company based in New Jersey.

Upon completion, which is scheduled for the fourth quarter of this year, the installation will be the largest solar farm in Delaware, according to PSEG Solar Source. This is the fifth solar project built by JSI for PSEG Solar Source.




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