A new program will provide over $100 million towards financing solar power systems across the state of New Jersey.
There’s something – hypocritical? – about the New Jersey Nets’ new Nets Go Green initiative.
New Jersey’s Green Building Tax Credit Act of 2008 could offer up to $200 million in tax credits, but does not provide flexibility for developers to choose which green building rating system to follow in order to qualify.
Newark’s Downtown District Streetscape Improvement Project aims to transform 56 blocks of New Jersey’s largest city’s downtown into a pedestrian destination.
The New York Jets today announced a twelve-year naming rights agreement with Atlantic Health, a Northern New Jersey health care provider, for the team’s new $75 million training facility that’s currently under construction in Florham Park. Hunter Roberts Construction Group is managing the project, which broke ground back in April and was designed by David […]
The Trenton Green Initiative, which was introduced last week by a partnership that includes the city of Trenton, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (“DEP”), PSEG, the Governor’s Office of Energy Savings, and Isles Inc., a Trenton-based builder of energy-efficient homes, will aim to lower energy costs in Trenton and create and expand the […]
As the heat wave in Southern California continues to stress the local power grid, I thought this news out of Pennsylvania was particularly timely. Germany-based Conergy AG will build a $20 million solar power plant in Falls Township, which is just across the Delaware River from Trenton (where some important green projects are already taking […]