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N.J.’s biggest solar farm could sprout from Superfund site

Elliott Shanley, an official of PVOne, a Shrewsbury company that is a partner in the project, said the 35 megawatts of electricity generated by the 117-acre solar farm would power more than 5,000 homes. To generate the same volume of electricity over a year, Shanley cited an EPA formula indicating that a coal-burning plant would have to burn 32 million pounds of coal and spew 29,000 metric tons of cabron dioxide into the air.

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