The transfer station in Bethel will be closed Saturday so that work can be done on the nearby solar farm. Power has to be shut off to complete the electrical connections on the installation. The 2,900-panel, 948-kilowatt array is expected to generate nearly 1 million kilowatts of energy a year for Bethel. First Selectman Matt Knickerbocker says Bethel taxpayers have no financial liability whatsoever for this installation, which is owned and operated by a third party company. That company shares the savings with Bethel taxpayers.