Located in Egg Harbor, New Jersey, Seashore is a grid-connected solar panel project built on a capped landfill. The system is a 10.66 megawatt direct-current, fixed ground-mounted facility interconnected directly into Atlantic City Electric express feeder from a utility substation by an exterior pad-mounted 15 kilovolt-rated switchgear system. The system ground mount covers 46 acres on a landfill site with over 45,000 solar panels.
Due to its location on a capped landfill, the site was classified as a Superfund site, which is a program that gives the Environmental Protection Agency the funds and authority to clean up a contaminated site. The project required extensive permitting to protect the integrity of the landfill cap, while also meeting the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities requirements for developing solar projects on landfills. The facility supplies approximately 13.9 million kilowatt hours of solar energy per year and required extensive cable tray and wire management systems.