New Jersey PACE Bill Moves Forward — Cautiously

Update:The new Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) legislation — Senate Bill S1611— has been approved unanimously by the Senate Environment & Energy Committee, and is now moving to the Senate  Appropriations Committee, which may recommend some technical changes. Based on Read More …

Transitioning NJ to 100% Renewables: February 28 Event at Rutgers

Our friends at Food and Water Watch write: With every year of delayed action, we move closer to runaway climate catastrophe. Pollution from our current energy system is already taking a massive toll on our public health and safety, with Read More …

Rolling Out Commercial PACE in NJ in 2018

New Jersey is about to experience a surge of new clean energy projects, unleashing a considerable amount of additional private financing for energy efficiency and renewables. Amendments to NJ’s existing PACE law are being passed in the NJ Legislature this Read More …

Update on PACE Legislation in New Jersey

A number of organizations, including the new Coalition for PACE in New Jersey and ourselves, have been involved in working with the state legislature to craft a new law that will address the Governor’s concerns — as stated in last year’s 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 …