World’s First Solar-Powered Amusement Park To Be Built By New Jersy Six Flags

Six Flags anticipates that development will start by March and for the solar office to be completely operational before the finish of 2019.

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Six Flags Great Adventure and its accomplice KDC Solar declared development will start soon to make the New Jersey property the world’s first solar energy fueled amusement park.

“This is a proud day for our company. This project represents a giant step toward becoming a net-zero carbon facility,” said Six Flags Great Adventure Park president John Winkler. “We are pleased that we were able to come to a satisfactory agreement with all parties involved. Clean energy is right for the environment and our future, and we look forward to decades of environmental stewardship with our partner KDC Solar.”

The 23.5-MW solar project will incorporate solar garages over select parking areas and 40 sections of land of ground-mounted solar panels. Six Flags anticipates that development will start by March and for the solar office to be completely operational before the finish of 2019.

Notwithstanding the generation of clean vitality and constraining the recreation center’s dependence on destructive petroleum products, KDC Solar will utilize over 99,000 hours of union work in developing this task.

As moderates for almost 45 years, Six Flags Great Adventure has watched over more than 70 unique types of creatures, including some that are imperiled and even wiped out in nature. The Jackson amusement park reuses more than 60 percent of its yearly waste, including fertilizer, paper, plastic, wood and blended junk. The amusement stop disposed of the utilization of paper towels for energy productive hand dryers and is immovably dedicated to other vitality sparing projects. Likewise, Six Flags will protect more than 200 sections of land of woods, wetlands and wetlands change territories.

“We are continually searching for new ways to operate more efficiently and enhance our role as good stewards of the environment,” Winkler said.

Alan Epstein, president, and CEO of KDC Solar said “We are pleased to move forward with this groundbreaking solar project. Six Flags has been a patient and cooperative partner throughout this process, and we look forward to delivering clean renewable electricity to Six Flags. Once operational, this project will be the largest net metered solar project in the State of New Jersey and very much in line with Governor Murphy’s pledge to support renewable energy.”

 

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