The initiative, announced on March 15, will have a rated peak capacity of about100 kW, according to the developers. It will be sited in what UGE describes as “a vibrant Brooklyn neighborhood between Park Slope and Boerum Hill.”
Engineering and permitting work on the project are underway – with construction scheduled to be completed early this summer. As per an agreement between the parties involved, financial figures for the contract were not disclosed.
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