A popular restaurant in rural Kent County Delaware
Soon to be replaced by an industrial solar power plant
Solar array with 230,000 panels on prime farmland
A mountain of solar panel waste sent to developing countries avoiding stringent US environmental disposal regulations
Vocal opposition to the development of agricultural land for an industrial solar power plant in Kent County was ignored. A permit allowing a 100 MW solar power plant to be developed on agricultural land zoned for conservation was issued by the Kent County Levy Court.
Sadly, to stop the proposed project litigation is necessary to achieve our goals.
Over 2,300 additional acres are expected to be developed.
IF WE DON’T PUSH BACK NOW, WHERE DOES THIS STOP?
From WBOC News at 6PM on April 20, 2022.
The third phase of PJM’s ongoing study of impacts associated with the energy transition, published Friday, explores the pace of resource retirements and replacements through 2030 and highlights potential reliability risks to meeting growing electricity demand.
Permit issued to Freepoint Solar, Texas-based company, for a fenced solar array with 230,000 panels and 22 inverters, covering about 260 acres of a 530 acre farm.
View the minutes of the January 25, 2022 Levy Court hearing to approve the permit siting an industrial solar power plant on agricultural land slated for conservation.
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