"We are pleased to once again include PSE&G on our Top 10 list, which identifies the leaders from our upcoming sixth annual Utility Solar Rankings Report," remarked Julia Hamm, president and CEO of SEPA. "In 2012 new installations resulted in almost 1,500 megawatts of additional new solar connected to the grid, a doubling in new solar capacity from two years ago. Both the number of systems and the amount of new capacity make solar electricity the fastest growing electric source in the U.S. in 2012. SEPA will continue to promote our utility leaders and encourage wide spread solar adoption to ensure a clean, diverse energy mix for the future."PSE&G's innovative Solar 4 All and Solar Loan programs are helping to make New Jersey a national leader in solar energy. Solar 4 All will put 80 megawatts of solar power in service by mid-2013 using both large-scale centralized solar installations and pole-attached solar units in the more than 300 towns in PSE&G's electric service territory. By taking advantage of previously untapped resources – space on utility poles, unused brownfields and landfills and flattop roofs – PSE&G is adding a considerable amount of solar capacity while preserving precious New Jersey open space.
Solar Gains Land PSE&G A Top Spot In Industry Ranking
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