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Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority
Solar array at Hartford Landfill

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The Materials Innovation and Recycling Authority (MIRA) has built the first landfill-based solar energy-generating facility in Connecticut atop the capped Hartford Landfill. On Thursday, September 4, 2014, MIRA celebrated the grand opening of this facility, which will generate up to one megawatt of electricity, enough to power about 1,000 homes when operating at full capacity.

sea of solar panels

Click here to see how much power this solar facility is generating.

Press Release

Click here for the press release regarding this grand opening celebration.

Background Info

Click here for background information about this solar energy-generating facility.

Images of Solar Array

Click here for images of the new solar energy-generating facility at the Hartford Landfill.

Images of Grand Opening

Click here for images from the grand opening celebration on September 4, 2014.

Video of the Grand Opening

Click here for link to CT-N the State of Connecticut Legislative website for video coverage of the grand opening celebration on September 4, 2014.

Video of installation

Click here for a time lapse video of the installation of the landfill cap and solar generating facility.

Media Contact Information

Phone: 860-559-9776
E-mail: crrainfo[at]crra.org


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