New solar farm in Ohio opens – adds 12 megawatts to the grid

The largest solar farm in Ohio started operations this week, providing enough electricity to power more than 9,000 homes.   The 12 megawatt Wyandot Solar Farm, which uses First Solar panels and power conversion systems from Ohio based Myers Controlled Power, was built by the New Jersey company Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG).   The solar plant  consists of 159,000 solar panels on an 80 acre site.

PSEG is also close to completing a 15 megawatt plant down in Jacksonville, Florida.

New Wyandot solar farm
New Wyandot solar farm

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