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October 2011

Holmdel Patch

Work to Begin on 100-Acre Solar Farm in Tinton Falls

Touted as one of the largest solar fams in the Northeast, work on the 100-acre clean energy project in Tinton Falls along Shafto Road will begin in earnest on Friday with a ground breaking ceremony.

The $80 million privately-funded project can be accessed at Tormee Drive, and will boast 85,000 ground mounted panels that will generate 19.88 mega watts, according to a release from the borough.

“This large-scale solar farm will provide needed jobs and be a boost to the local economy that has been devastated by the closure of Fort Monmouth, while helping this country meet its energy demands for the 21st century,” said Tinton Falls Mayor Michael Skudera.

The entire project is estimated to take approximately eight months, with the anticipated completion date of May 2012. 

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June 2011

The SandPaper- News Magazine of S. Ocean County

Ship Bottom Fire Company Is Going Solar

Rager Energy makes it possible for Ship Bottom Fire Company, a non-profit organization in Ocean County, to receive free electric at no cost to them.Learn more
June 2011

Gloucester County Times

Solar company signs long-term lease to put panels on Harrison Township farm

HARRISON TWP. — A new solar field is being planned for an empty field off of Route 77, bringing green energy initiatives and tax revenue to the town.

The 100-acre parcel, owned by the Eachus family, was once a working farm, but is now an open area. Originally the farm had been set aside to have a Catholic high school built, but when the plans went through the township and the owners had to find a new use for it.

Multiple options had been discussed, with the construction of a solar field being chosen as the most feasible and beneficial for Harrison Township.

“The indirect benefits are it won’t be developed for housing, we don’t need any more burden on the school system,” said Mayor Lou Manzo. “And we didn’t want it to be developed as more commercial property because you’re getting more into the open space area.”

United Solar Group and Rager Energy Consulting LLC have received a long-term lease from the landowners and plan to build approximately 50,000 solar panels on it.

The project will include building phases, with the company installing a portion of the panels in each phase.

Once completed, the energy output will become a taxable entity, raising around $70,000 per year for the township.

“Obviously it’s a wave of the future, it’s environmentally forward thinking, we think it will be it’s a $70,000 ratable for us, which is huge,” Manzo said. “It’s like a win-win-win-win on all fronts.”

The solar field, near the intersection of Gangemi Lane, will not be visible from the road, and the township’s planning board is currently working with the developers to make sure that there is enough of a buffer zone between the field and its neighboring properties that it won’t be seen by those parties either.

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April 2011

Executive Leaders Radio

Local Business Spotlight

Rager Energy was invited to participate in a 2-minute spotlight on Executive Leaders Radio.

Show will air on... 

Saturday, April 30th on WNJC/1360AM at 4:00PM ( to hear it streamed live from their website); 

Sunday, May 1st on WBCB/1490AM at 9:00AM (live stream; 

Monday, May 2nd on WFYL/1180AM at 11:00AM (live stream

Also accessible on iTunes!

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October 2010

Medford Township

Rager Energy receives final approval on two solar farms in Medford, NJ

The first is a proposed 1.1 MW built on property adjacent to the Medford Township Water Treatment Plant in order to supply them with clean energy through a PPA.
The second is right around the corner, a proposed 10 MW, on a previous race horse farm.
August 2010

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November 2009

Philly Ad Club

Brolik adds Rager Energy to their client list.

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