New Jersey bill would raise the state’s solar goal

By Kelsey Misbrener The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) commended the New Jersey Legislature for passing Senate Bill 2276, which raises the state’s solar energy goal and will enable the state’s solar industry and its 6,000-strong workforce to keep growing.
New Jersey’s solar market is at risk of coming to a halt in mid-2018 after the state meets its renewable portfolio standard (RPS), which it’s on track to do by May 2018, a full decade ahead of schedule. The bill updates New Jersey’s RPS goal to require 5.3 percent of the state’s electricity to come from solar by 2022, up from 4.1 percent.
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