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To find at least part of the energy future of New Jersey, and perhaps the United States, an observer need look no further than Stafford Park. Currently rising in the coastal town of Stafford, the mixed-use development will feature one of the largest solar farms in the state, a 6.5-megawatt array that will produce 800 kilowatts of electricity. The LEED-certified development also includes 650,000 square feet of retail space, 112 affordable apartments, 216 market-rate units and 349 houses. Most of that space will receive its energy from photovoltaic cells. The project’s developer, the Walters Group, intends to provide power to a majority of the development, including the retail space, from the solar farm.

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