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Clean Energy Entrepreneurs Focused On Twin Goals Of Clean Energy Production And Energy Independence

If you’re not familiar with the term “clean energy entrepreneurs,” you’re not alone. But that will change soon because the principals of locally-owned Blue Sky Power are becoming “prime players” in the development of clean energy projects for distributed power generation for commercial, industrial, institutional and governmental facilities.

Blue Sky’s portfolio includes developing Clean Energy Power Stations and Microgrids, providing project consultancy and development services (from SNJ Business People Vol. 3, Issue 5, 2009).   [Full Article (pdf)]

Funding Clean Energy Projects Requires Structure, Guidance and Leadership

Undertaking a clean energy project can generate real savings in municipal budgets from day one of operation. Knowing that, the task at hand is to cut through the noise, understand your options and make informed decisions (from the New Jersey Conference of Mayors Spring 2009 conference). [Full Article (pdf)]

New Jersey Residential Development Solar Energy Systems Act

On March 31, 2009, Governor Corzine signed into Law the New Jersey Residential Development Solar Energy Systems Act. The purpose of the Act is to encourage the use of solar power in the State in order to reduce the environmental, economic and security impacts of energy consumption associated with traditional energy production, as well as to promote “green” jobs in New Jersey for the installation, manufacture, repair and marketing of renewable energy products. (Article By Matthew T. Stanger for Flaster Greenberg, P.C.). [Full Article (pdf)]

Incubators Provide Answer to Businesses on a Budget

Incubators offer a solution to small-business owners who need well-equipped office and administrative support services, but who can't shell out a lot of money. It's an alternative that's generating even more interest as tough times pressure a business's bottom line (Article By Martin C. Daks from NJBIZ Online Edition).

Bond Issuers, Assess Your Debt Portfolio in Tumultuous Times

SNAPSHOT: THE CURRENT BOND MARKET AND HOW WE GOT HERE Issuers of municipal bonds have undoubtedly heard a great deal about the impact of the subprime mortgage crisis and the credit crunch on the municipal bond market, and wondered what action they should take, if any, at this point.
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NJ's Version of Tax Increment Financing RADs will Provide Municipalities with Another Tool to Encourage Redevelopment Projects

An Introduction to RADs and TIFs. Faced with decreasing federal funds for redevelopment, New Jersey's local governments are continually searching for creative ways to attract new businesses, retain existing ones, and improve the overall economic climate of their communities. [Full Article]


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