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Gov. Jack Markell, D-Del., joined representatives of PSEG Solar Source, Delaware Municipal Electric Corp. (DEMEC), juwi solar Inc. and Sunolar Power on Wednesday to dedicate the PSEG Milford solar project.

The 15 MW project, located in Milford, Del., will sell its output to DEMEC under a 20-year power purchase agreement.

"This project again demonstrates that DEMEC and its municipal utility members are leaders in the deployment of solar generation resources in Delaware," says DEMEC President and CEO Patrick E. McCullar. "Of the 43.8 megawatts of installed or committed solar generation resources in Delaware, a clear majority (26.5 MW, or 61 percent of the total) is installed in DEMEC municipal service territories.”



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