New Jersey

CS Energy Completes Construction of Largest Solar Plant in New Jersey

CS Energy has announced that it has successfully completed the construction work on the largest solar plant in New Jersey. CS Energy, LLC, a leading integrated energy firm that designs and builds optimised projects in the solar, storage and emerging energy industries, has announced that it has successfully completed the largest solar plant in New […]

Read more

Solar Landscape Allotted 53% of NJ Community Rooftop Solar Capacity

Solar Landscape has been awarded more than 20 MW of rooftop solar projects as part of the first round of New Jersey’s community solar pilot program. Solar Landscape, a leading solar energy company specialising in large commercial solar installations has been awarded more than 20 MW of rooftop solar projects as part of the first […]

Read more

Nexamp to Develop 3 Community Solar Projects in New Jersey

Nexamp has been selected to build three new projects totaling more than 11 MW in New Jersey as part of that state’s Community Solar Energy Pilot Program. Nexamp, a leading developer of community solar programs across the US, has been selected to build three new projects totaling more than 11 MW in New Jersey as part of […]

Read more

CleanCapital & CarVal Acquire 75 MW Solar Portfolio, Close on $300 mn Debt Facility

CleanCapital announced its largest acquisition, a 75.2-megawatt solar portfolio made up of 15 operating solar projects in New Jersey. CleanCapital announced its largest acquisition to date, a 75.2-megawatt solar portfolio made up of 15 operating solar projects in New Jersey. This is the fourth in a series of acquisitions made through CleanCapital’s $250 million investment […]

Read more

Ørsted Selected to Develop 1,100 MW Ocean Wind Project in New Jersey

New Jersey has selected Ocean Wind, an offshore wind energy project with a capacity of 1,100MW proposed by Ørsted. The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) has selected Ocean Wind, an offshore wind energy project proposed by Ørsted with support from Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG), to negotiate a 20-year offshore wind renewable energy […]

Read more

New Jersey Moves to Phasing Out Solar Subsidies

At New Jersey’s Board of Public Utilities’ board meeting, the Board adopted a rule beginning the process of phasing out the current program. The state of New Jersey in the USA is planning to reduce the financial burden by reducing the subsidies given for the development of solar power. The Solar Renewable Energy Certificate program […]

Read more

New Jersey Power Utility to Examine Nautilus Offshore Wind Power Project Plan

The small-scale Nautilus Offshore Wind Power project, expected to be comprised of three wind turbines with a combined capacity of up to 25 megawatts (MW), is a crucial first step towards implementing the Offshore Wind Economic Development Act. The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities has officially accepted the application tendered by EDF Renewables and Fishermen’s Energy […]

Read more

World’s First Solar-Powered Amusement Park To Be Built By New Jersy Six Flags

Six Flags anticipates that development will start by March and for the solar office to be completely operational before the finish of 2019. Six Flags Great Adventure and its accomplice KDC Solar declared development will start soon to make the New Jersey property the world’s first solar energy fueled amusement park. “This is a proud […]

Read more

5500 Schools Use Solar Power in US as Costs Fall

According to a report prepared by the Solar Foundation, Generation 180 and the Solar Energy Industries Association, solar power in K-12 schools has increased by 86 percent in three years. More than 5,500 American schools have incorporated solar technology with a total capacity of 910 megawatts, enough to power 190,000 homes, according to the study. […]

Read more
      SUBSCRIBE NEWS LETTER
Scroll