Property owners and developers are increasingly focused on designing structures that will accommodate solar energy. Since Governor Phil Murphy unveiled New Jersey’s Energy Master Plan in early 2020. This plan established one of the most ambitious state renewable energy goals in the country by requiring 35% of the energy sold in the state come from qualifying energy sources by 2025 and 50% by 2030. The plan also mandates that 5.1% of New Jersey renewables come from solar energy by the end of 2021.
Engineers, architects, and developers stay can stay ahead of the curve with a few guidelines that allow for maximum solar energy efficiency and utility cost savings… Continue Reading
Originally posted on 4/21/22 as Guest Blog on EarthShare New Jersey’s website