Translating Policy Into Brownfield Solar Development
Published in Natural Gas and Electricity, Vol. 31 Num. 12
By Pete Pedersen and Julia Chase
Developing solar power generating resources on dormant, suspect property is an evolving activity, growing in popularity. The dormant properties are frequently either closed landfills, whose cells are filled with familiar householdgenerated waste, or formerly industrialized “brownfields,” where contamination has been capped and contained but demand for which is nonexistent for conventional real estate uses.