A new no-go area in the New Jersey suburbs has been created as part of a $5 million solar project.
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) said the solar farm, which is located in the Pallet Woods area of the town of Piscataway, will be able to generate electricity by using the surrounding area’s unused power grid.
It is the first time in the state’s history that solar energy has been used to power a power project in a residential area.
According to the DEP, the Pallets Wood Solar Project will generate power by converting a residential solar panel into a large wind turbine.
The project will also use reclaimed wood, reclaimed soil and other reclaimed materials.
The solar panel is about 4,000 square feet and is being built with recycled material.
The Pallets Solar Project is part of an ongoing project to install about 2,500 solar panels in New York City.