NJFuture Redevelopment Forum March 11, 2016

New Jersey Future’s Redevelopment Forum is a daylong conference on Friday, March 11, 2016 in New Brunswick that brings together more than 500 municipal and state leaders and leading professionals in planning, development, law, transportation, architecture, construction, environmental conservation and Read More …

InterSolar Summit March 24, 2016

Dear Solar & Energy Storage Professionals,   We are pleased to announce, that due to last year’s extremely successful Summit USA East, this exciting event is returning to Brooklyn NY! With both solar and energy storage markets surging in the 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 …

Dec 15 Webinar to Present the Future of PACE — and What’s Possible Now

More than 140 people attended today’s webinar. We’ll post a link to the recording shortly. PACE, which stands for Property Assessed Clean Energy, represents a multi-billion dollar opportunity for New Jersey. New Jersey already has PACE legislation, but with deficiencies Read More …

“PACE Doesn’t Put Lenders at Risk,” Study Says

A recent post by Katherine Tweed in Greentech Media reports the results of a study intended to determine if having a PACE Assessment on the property adversely affects the existing mortgage lender. Here are a couple of excerpts (read the Read More …

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 …

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 …