NJ About to Take a Giant Step Toward Greater Energy Efficiency

New Jersey has long sought to be a leader in energy efficiency. However, the state has had limited success in this intention.  Under the Christie Administration, the Clean Energy Fund was raided by half a billion dollars to balance the Read More …

Getting Your Municipality Onboard with PACE in 2018

Now that PACE seems certain to be approved in New Jersey in 2018, the biggest question facing us is that of municipal adoption. With 565 municipalities, getting a PACE ordinance approved and a program established could take months if not Read More …

Launching a Coalition for PACE in New Jersey

In the wake of Governor Christie’s conditional veto of A2579/S1510, the action we’re taking is to initiate a coalition of key players to: (a) resolve any issues standing in the way of a new, comprehensive, and workable bill — acceptable Read More …

Business Leaders Urge Gov. Christie to Sign PACE Bill

Further to a broad email campaign by various nonprofit organizations, several key industry leaders have called or written to the Governor, asking him to sign the PACE bill (A2579/S1510), which has been on his desk since June 25. Here’s one Read More …

PACE Bill Passes NJ Legislature with Large Bipartisan Majorities

Along with the State Budget, and a hundred or so other bills, the final version of the PACE amending bill (A2579/S1510) passed with large bipartisan majorities in both houses of the New Jersey Legislature on Thursday (June 25, 2015). In Read More …

Highlights of the 2015 New Jersey PACE Summit

Thanks to all who attended and viewed the Summit online. It was a very successful event — we had over 270 RSVPs, an estimated 225 attending in person, and another 169 unique visitors viewing the live stream. We’re posting the Read More …