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Powering Needham: town's solar panel array almost done

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After years of research and development, Needham's own solar field is nearing completion. The array is located on top of the capped landfill by the Recycling and Transfer Station and spans roughly 12 acres.

Brightfields Recognized at the Redevelopment and Renewal Awards

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The Redevelopment and Renewal Awards are held annually to recognize outstanding projects in the remediation, redevelopment and reuse industries. Hosted by the Renewal and Redevelopment magazine, among others, awards are given for five categories: environmental, economic, social, sustainability and energy. Brightfields Development won the 2014 Environmental Reuse award for its Scituate Solar I project, a 3 MW solar array located atop a closed landfill in Scituate, MA.

Brightfields at Solar Power International 2015

Three members of the Brightfields team; Pete Pedersen, Kim Martin and Warren Chang, were in attendance at the 2015 Solar Power International Conference in Anaheim, California from September 14-17. Four

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.

Solar Farm in East St. Louis Would Require State Legislation

St. Louis Public Radio

A solar power project slated for East St. Louis is waiting on the Illinois General Assembly to pass specific legislation so it can get funding to move forward. The proposed 24-megawatt solar panel farm would be built on 120 acres, once owned by Alcoa that is contaminated with bauxite residue. Brightfields Development LLC has said it’s the perfect place for a solar project.

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