FREEHOLDERS SET TO APPROVE BOND MONEY

The Cape May County Freeholder board is going to vote on authorizing around $60 million in bonds to continue with their capital improvements, as presented by Cape May County Engineer Dale Foster a couple of months ago. Foster pointed out the future improvement plans the county had, including a number of road and bridge projects.…

STATE SETS NEW RECORD FOR SOLAR CAPACITY

New Jersey set new single-month records for installed solar capacity and number of installations in June, according to a new state press release.  This brings the State’s installed solar capacity to more than 380 MW generated from over 10,000 solar arrays statewide, a new milestone. New Jersey is second in the nation in both installed…

DRBA CONSIDERING RENEWABLE ENERGY OPTIONS

The Delaware River and Bay Authority is looking at renewable energy. The bi-state agency is seeking information from qualified firms in the renewable industry on providing opportunities and strategies to implement cost effective renewable energy projects at DRBA facilities in New Jersey and Delaware. While the Authority is primarily interested in on-site renewable projects that…