What Do You Think of the Solar Panels PSE&G is Installing Around Town?
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Fair Lawn's Radburn community has been speaking with the Public Service Electric and Gas Company about the placement of solar panels within its borders, in light of historic and aesthetic concerns about the panels. So far, there are seven solar panels near Radburn School and others scattered around the borough.
Currently installing a solar unit on 200,000 utility poles in its service territory—which includes roughly 300 rural and suburban communities—PSE&G received regulatory approval in July 2009 for the project, which it calls "the largest pole-attached solar installation in the world."
What do you think of the solar panels PSE&G is installing around town? Are you worried that their appearance tarnishes the character of the community? Or, do you think benefits like decreasing our dependence on oil and potentially owering energy bills outweigh neighborhood aesthetics? Do you think the panels don't look all that bad anyway? Also, do you feel PSE&G should have consulted individual municipalities before installing the panels?
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