The project was completed ahead of schedule, despite the high-wind location on the Delaware River and the fact that oversight by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security was required.
“A lot of things had to happen to make this project come together, and we enjoyed great teamwork from conceptualization through installation and onto completion,” said Leo Holt, president of Gloucester Terminals. “This project positions Gloucester Terminals for future success in an incredibly competitive field and helps ensure plenty of activity for the Delaware River port community.”
Many other states, such as California, Maryland, New York, and Arizona, among others, have embarked on solar rooftop projects, but none as impressive as the Gloucester site with its more than 27,000 solar panels.
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