Pennsylvania-based Keystone Property Group with offices in Morristown, announced on Aug. 18 the start of construction on a 3,900-kilowatt solar array system in the parking lots of its 496,736-square-foot office property, APX in Morris Township.
The 10,000-panel project will be built and maintained by Brightcore Energy, an industry leader with a successful track record in building solar PV (photovoltaic) projects throughout the United States.
In addition to reducing energy costs and strengthening Keystone’s collective commitment to sustainability, the solar array project will include eight EV chargers, enhanced LED lighting systems, and will shield parked cars from inclement weather.
The anticipated project completion date is December 2021.
The first phase of installation is currently underway and requires the removal of several trees. For each tree removed, Keystone will contribute to a Morris Township fund, ensuring a tree is replanted in its community.
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