January 2021, Vol. 248, No. 1

Features

Solar Plant to Directly Power Major Pipeline Compression Station

Sustainable infrastructure company Merit SI has completed development and construction of the first solar power plant in the U.S. designed to directly help power an interstate natural gas pipeline compressor station.    Enbridge’s Lambertville Solar Project entered service in October in New Jersey. (Photo: Enbridge) Working with Texas Eastern Transmission, a subsidiary of Enbridge, the project will have the ability to generate 4,600 MW of zero-emission energy (more than 1750 MW net, based on equity stake).   The 2.25-MW AC project, located in West Amwell Township, N.J., at Texas Eastern’s Lambertville Compressor Station, is estimated to reduce a

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