Thursday, July 30, 2009

New Jersey Plans Doubling of Solar Power

PSE&G Solar, a subsidiary of the big New Jersey utility, said on Wednesday that received the regulatory go-ahead to add 80 megawatts of solar capacity in its territory by the end of 2013, effectively doubling the amount of solar power in the state. That will maintain New Jersey’s position as the nation’s second-ranked state for solar photovoltaic installations, behind only California.

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The bottom line is ...

California still holds the top spot for solar power, but New Jersey is making their push.

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