Friday, June 17, 2011
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
- "Spurred by hundreds of millions of dollars in federal and state incentives, solar developers have built so many projects in recent years that they have created an oversupply of solar-energy credits, the market instruments that provide the developers with a critical income stream.
- "The price of solar credits in the state has plummeted as much as 75 percent in the last year, dramatically shrinking the income-producing potential of new and existing solar projects." Read More
New Jersey Officials continue to introduce and pass renewable energy legislation. The problem is they are not bothering to talk to New Jerseys Electrical Contracting Industry that knows the technology best. The problem is further exacerbated by unlicensed solar companies illegally installing Solar Voltaic Panels throughout the State.
NJ Electrical Contractors with a valid NJ EC License and Business Permit are the only ones that by Law are permitted to install, maintain and repair Solar Voltaic Systems in the State of New Jersey.