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PSEG Long Island announced today a coordinated effort with New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) to launch On-Bill Recovery and Smart Energy Loans.
Beginning August 1st, all PSEG Long Island residential customers are able to apply for solar photovoltaic (PV) systems from local contractors through a Smart Energy Loan or …Read More

Energy company PSEG Solar Source has obtained a 3.6MW solar farm located in Burlington, Vermont, from juwi solar (JSI).
The plant, originally called the ERWR Whitcomb Farm Solar project, will now be named the PSEG Essex Solar Energy Center and will have a 25-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with Vermont Electric Power Producers (VEEP) as part …Read More

Constellation, an Exelon company, is a leading competitive electric supplier of products and services for homes across the United States and Canada. Over the past two years, Constellation’s commercial and industrial customers have reduced their CO2 emissions by about 75,432 metric tons (or 166,299,142 lbs) through the energy company’s Efficiency Made …Read More

Expansion of Solar Energy in New Jersey - Wednesday, June 26, 2013

With the extension of the Solar 4 All, an approved initiative by New Jersey’s Board of Public Utilities, the state is about to see a major increase in solar energy. Public Service Gas & Electric Co. (PSE&G) will spend $440 million over the next three years while the state will have more oversight of the program including …Read More

New England has been experiencing higher electricity rates this winter due to a high demand for heating as well as higher natural gas prices. The boom in natural gas supply over the past couple of years has kept electricity prices stable in the region, but has also created less of a need for the push …Read More

Public Service Electric& Gas (PSE&G) has developed a proposal to increase solar energy capacity on its grid. The $883 million program, however, places most of the burden on the utility’s customers rather than its shareholders.
The project’s revenue will likely come from surcharges on customer bills. While one could argue for or against rate payers versus …Read More

New Jersey residents who are interested in adding a solar installation could get some support from one of the state’s regulatory agencies.

A late attempt by New Jersey legislators to offer support for the state’s struggling solar sector before the end of the session fell through earlier this week.

New Jersey residents will soon have even more reason to invest in a solar power system if a new proposal makes it through the state legislature.

One New Jersey legislator plans to propose a bill he hopes could rescue the faltering solar market in the state.