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May 12, 2021

Transitioning from the Transition: Questions Abound Regarding the New Jersey Successor Solar Program

On April 7, 2021, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) published the New Jersey Solar Successor Program Straw Proposal, which outlined recommendations for a long-term replacement for the 2019 Transition Incentive Program. The Straw Proposal launched a stakeholder process for a permanent solar energy project for the state, the duration of which was scheduled to last little more than a month.» Read more

Apr 14, 2021

New Jersey BPU Proposes to Slash Incentive for Commercial Solar Projects

Last week, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) issued a New Jersey Solar Successor Program Straw Proposal. The proposal outlines recommendations for a long-term replacement program for New Jersey’s existing Transition Incentive Program for solar projects in the state, which has been in place since 2019 and begins the stakeholder process for a permanent Community Solar Energy Program.» Read more

Sep 29, 2020

Solar Energy Lease – What Landlords Should Know

With more and more emphasis on clean, renewable forms of energy, the development of solar energy farms is increasing rapidly. Solar energy farms are large-scale commercial power plants that use solar panels to convert sunlight into clean energy, providing a source of safe, locally-produced renewable energy for many years after construction.» Read more