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Solar and Wind are Keys to NJ’s Lofty Renewable Energy Goals

Gov. Phil Murphy’s Energy Master Plan, which was officially unveiled in January of 2020, set a goal of having 100% clean energy in the state by 2050. When the governor signed Executive Order No. 100, which directed the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to make sweeping regulatory reforms, branded as Protecting Against Climate Threats (PACT), to reduce emissions and adapt to climate change, New Jersey became one of the most aggressive states in the nation when it came to planned climate change regulations.

09/20/21
                                                               

NJEDA signs 78-year lease for New Jersey wind hub

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) and Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) have signed a lease term for the New Jersey Wind Port in Salem County.

09/14/21
                                                               

Solar Developer Sees Potential in Dual Use Solar for New Jersey Farmers

As New Jersey begins a pilot program for solar fields that accommodate farming, a Massachusetts solar developer aims to be at the forefront of the action.

09/10/21
                                                               

Garden State seeks to go green, enables C-PACE

A new financing tool coming to the Garden State could be a major source of funding for landlords and developers.

08/31/21
                                                               

Governor Murphy Signs Legislation Establishing the Garden State C-PACE Program

Governor Phil Murphy today signed legislation (A-2374) which establishes the Garden State Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) Program. The program will facilitate the funding of clean and renewable energy infrastructure at commercial properties throughout the state, furthering the Administration’s commitment to battling climate change.

08/24/21
                                                               

New Jersey Pushes to Double Solar Power Over Next 5 Years

New Jersey already has more solar installations per square mile than any other state in America, with tens of thousands of rooftop residential installations as well as larger-scale projects that pump megawatts of clean energy into the power grid.

07/28/21
                                                               

Governor Murphy Signs Bills to Advance New Jersey’s Clean Energy Future

Governor Phil Murphy today signed a package of bills aimed at advancing New Jersey’s transition to a clean energy future to further the Administration’s goal of reaching 100 percent clean energy by 2050.

07/09/21
                                                               

New Jersey receives record number of applications for community solar pilot program

By Kelsey Misbrener

The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) announced it received a record 410 applications to participate in Year 2 of its Community Solar Energy Pilot Program. The applications represent 800.5 MW of total capacity and all but one project have committed to serving low- to moderate-income (LMI) communities.

04/06/21
                                                               

NEW COMMUNITY SOLAR FARM IN NEW JERSEY OPENS FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS

Blue Army Shrine Project is Focused on Low and Moderate Income Residents
(Silver Spring, Md) – Neighborhood Sun, a Maryland based Benefit Corporation announced today that it has begun enrolling customers for the 682 kilowatt community solar farm at the Blue Army Shrine in Franklin Township, New Jersey.

04/05/21
                                                               

Jersey City to Invest $21M with Major Energy Infrastructure Improvements, Solidifying Jersey City’s Position as a Regional Sustainability & Resiliency Leader

Mayor Steven M. Fulop announced today a new partnership with Schneider Electric to implement Jersey City’s first Energy Savings Improvement Program (ESIP) to reduce operational costs, improve energy resiliency, and leverage energy savings to minimize cost on urgent capital infrastructure projects.

03/24/21