New Jersey


The 13 MW community solar farm in New Jersey is expected to come online by the end of the year. It is projected to provide power to around 2,000 homes per year.


OneRoof Energy enters Maryland market in Baltimore Gas & Electric (BG&E), PEPCO and Delmarva Power territories. It has also expanded into Atlantic City Electric territory in New Jersey.


ENACT Systems and Sungage Financial have entered in to a partnership to enable installers to access Sungage financing products through ENACT's platform.


NRG Global Giving, NRG Energy's charitable giving program, donated an 84 kW solar system to NJ non-profit HomeFront.


Pro-Tech Energy Solutions to provide 3.48 MW installation for A.C. Moore. The project, to be built at the company's distribution warehouse and headquarters in Berlin, NJ, is expected to be complete by the end of the year.


New Jersey legislature agrees on bill to raise net metering cap. Although it falls short of solar advocate's goal, it will allow the state to reach its projected 300 MW in new installations in 2015.


Sungage and Digital Federal Credit Union create $100 million residential solar loan program. With Sungage's secured solar loans, the system serves as collateral, not relying on home equity.


After testing out solar loans for a while, SolarCity announces its new MyPower loan program. It acts as a PPA-loan hybrid with payments based on how much electricity is generated each month.


Capped landfills are increasingly being used for large solar arrays, due to their large, open space and limited uses. We take a look at several new landfill solar sites around the country.


The Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust invests in its first solar installation at the Cherry Hill Mall in New Jersey. When complete, the installation will total 1.6 MW.