In line with the Park System's commitment to the pursuit of ecologically sound practices, we have completed several solar projects.  So far, the Park System has installed solar photovoltaic systems on five facilities. The installation of solar photovoltaic systems puts the Park System in the forefront in the movement towards renewable energy with minimal out-of-pocket expense.  

Here are images of our completed projects:

Groundview Creative Arts Center
Thompson Park Creative Arts Center's solar panels 

See performance data of the Creative Arts Center's solar power system.

 


Thompson Park's Central Supply Building's solar panels
 
 
Groundview Sunnyside Equestrian Center
Sunnyside Equestrian Center's solar panels
 
 
 
  
Groundview Manasquan Reservoir Environmental Center
Manasquan Reservoir Environmental Center's solar panels
 

 

East Freehold Showgrounds Maintenance Building's solar panels
 
 
The Park System has received funding of $566,690 from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) program, a portion of the total $4.2 million received by Monmouth County.  The Park System is also receiving $175,752.50 from New Jersey’s Customer On-site Renewable Energy (CORE) program.