Incentives Drive Expanded Use of Solar Energy in New Jersey
The growth of New Jersey’s solar industry has been driven by an ambitious requirement that increasing percentages of the regulated power suppliers’ energy come from renewable energy sources, favorable financial incentives and favorable regulatory provisions such as net metering rules. In order to determine the economic viability of a solar project and the return on investment, the financial incentives available under both New Jersey and federal law must be analyzed. Catherine Bostock, a Member of the Environmental Law Department of Cole Schotz and Gordon Duus, Chair of the Department, recently had an article on this subject published in the December 13, 2010 issue of the New Jersey Law Journal. Click here to read the article.
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