New Jersey continues its solar surge, passing the 10,000 mark in installations and giving it 380 megawatts of capacity, which is second only to California.
AECOM says an Atlantic City offshore wind project it will manage will be the first in the U.S. – the same claim Deepwater Wind makes for its Rhode Island plant.
New Jersey, already home to big rooftop solar, is soon to receive North America’s largest rooftop solar energy plant atop the Gloucester Marine Terminal.
Campbell’s Soup’s new Employee Center recently took LEED Silver for its many eco-friendly features, including energy efficient HVAC and water conserving fixtures.
New Jersey now has a program that offers loans and possible performance grants to to assist local cleantech companies advancing energy efficiency and clean energy.
McGraw-Hill, along with NJRCEV, plans to install fully in New Jersey by 2012 a 14.1 MW capacity solar project on the book publisher’s campus.
New Jersey has received offers from 11 different offshore wind developers for wind farms ranging in size from 350 megawatts to 3,000.