New Jersey’s day In the sun

Public Service Electric & Gas received approval from the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities on July 29 to invest $515 million in 80 megawatts of solar projects, doubling the state’s solar capacity and creating green jobs. Under an agreement reached in its Solar 4 All filing, the utility expects to complete the installations by the end of 2013. The program has two segments, each 40 megawatts in size. The first segment consists of installing a solar unit (a small distributed solar

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