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Battery Storage Project

Battery Storage Project

A one-megawatt (MW) renewable energy storage battery is located at ACUA’s Wastewater Treatment Facility to help balance the relationship between ACUA's renewable energy projects and the electrical grid. It is the first public renewable energy storage battery to become operational in New Jersey.
Geothermal Heating & Cooling

Geothermal Heating & Cooling

The Geo Building, home to our administrative offices, was one of the first installations of geothermal heating and cooling in southern New Jersey.
Jersey-Atlantic Wind Farm

Jersey-Atlantic Wind Farm

Located at our Wastewater Treatment Plant in Atlantic City, NJ, the Jersey-Atlantic Wind Farm consists of five, 380-foot turbines capable of producing a combined 7.5 megawatts of power – enough energy to power approximately 2,500 homes!
Renewable Natural Gas

Renewable Natural Gas

The Atlantic RNG Facility is the first of its kind in South Jersey to create renewable natural gas (RNG) from decomposing trash in the landfill. By capturing and using landfill gas, landfill emissions are reduced and an otherwise wasted source of energy is used.
Solar Power

Solar Power

ACUA's solar energy project has saved more than $3.9 million in energy costs and has prevented 4,105 metric tons of CO2 from entering the atmosphere since its opening.