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

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STEVE STRUNSKY / NJ.COM – A solar farm capable of powering 2,600 homes with clean energy could sprout from the badly contaminated site of a former chemical plant in Toms River next year, after local officials approved the project on Wednesday.

The Toms River Planning Board approved an application by a subsidiary of the French solar and wind-power company EDF Renewables to install a vast array of sun-soaking solar panels on 166 acres of the huge Ciba-Geigy environmental Superfund site …

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