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KDC Solar begins construction of 23.5-MW photovoltaic project at NJ theme park

KDC Solar LLC has started construction of a 23.5-MW solar photovoltaic system at a theme park in Jackson, N.J.

The solar project will supply Six Flags Great Adventure with renewable electricity and virtually all of its electric load at the park, according to an Oct. 3 news release.

Seminole Financial Services provided debt financing for the project through a construction and permanent loan facility. GoldenSet Capital Partners arranged development capital and project equity.

The park is owned by Six Flags Entertainment Corp.