Understanding the Conditional Veto of PACE in NJ

The following is the text of a public statement being distributed by NJPACE at this week’s NJ State League of Municipalities Convention in Atlantic City. You can download the PDF here. For the past three years, New Jersey PACE, a Read More …

Understanding the Conditional Veto Language

As you may have read, the Governor issued a Conditional Veto of the PACE bill (A2579) on Nov. 9, limiting the program to a “pilot” with a maximum of ten towns, and excluding any town that has received Transitional Aid or other 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 …

NJ PACE 2015 Summit to Focus on What’s Possible for New Jersey

The theme of this year’s New Jersey PACE Summit is “PACE: what’s possible for New Jersey?” The subtitle gives part of the answer: “Resiliency • Clean Energy • Jobs”— these are the major elements of the story, that will be explored at Read More …

Intersolar Summit USA East – May 7, 2015

Special note: New Jersey PACE supporters are eligible for exclusive discounts to attend the Intersolar Summit USA East. Save 10% on the ticket price by entering the discount code: PA12-USA Registration page: www.regonline.com/intersolar-NY Select: Ticket – Intersolar Summit USA East: $250.00 Read More …

Special Address on “Revitalizing, Re-Purposing & Adaptive Re-Use of Stranded Assets” added to NJ Appleseed Sustainable Land Use Event – March 23

New Jersey Appleseed is Pleased to Announce the Addition of an Exciting New Topic Just Added to the March 23rd Land Use & Development Public Policy Forum:  8:45 am – Special Address: Revitalizing, Re-Purposing & Adaptive Re-Use of Stranded Assets Read More …

NJ FUTURE REDEVELOPMENT FORUM 2015 – March 13 in New Brunswick

New Jersey Future’s annual Redevelopment Forum attracts more than 500 local and state officials, citizen activists, development professionals, architects, attorneys, planners, business leaders and students. Redevelopment allows us to re-use infrastructure, take advantage of historically strategic locations, maintain and improve our communities Read More …