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From Landfills to Solar Fields: Discover the alternative use for environmentally damaged land. New Jersey Business, April 4, 2014.






PVC America 2013 East



Glimmer of Light Breaks Through Clouds Over NJ Solar Sector, NJ Spotlight, February 13, 2013.



Solar World Top 100 Solar Contractors: Commercial. Solar Power World, January 8, 2013.



Princeton University Alumni Newsletter Class Notes. January 2013.

1975. ED SELIGA was interviewed in the wake of Hurricane Sandy for NewsWorks on Philadelphia’s WHYY Like many in the region, Ed lost power for a week, despite having solar panels on his roof. “Seliga is vice president of Advanced Solar Products, which has installed about 150 solar arrays on homes concentrated in Central New Jersey,” explained reporter Carolyn Beeler. “Because most residential systems feed energy into the grid when there’s a surplus, they automatically shut off if utilities are down to prevent worker injury.” She added that, as the price of battery backups, once considered too expensive, is decreasing, “more companies, including Seliga’s, are looking to make solar a better option for power backups. As his firm considers offering battery backups, it just launched a demonstration program that allows solar to supplement a gas-powered generator.”





Q. and A.: In a Blackout, Solar Exceptions, New York Times, November 21, 2012



Solar System Backs Up Generator, Keeps Power On in Face of Sandy’s Fury,
press release, November 7, 2012.



Sullivan takes giant leap into green energy, October 17, 2012, MidHudson News.




Intersolar North America 2012 Difficult Question: How to ensure sustainable growth of solar PV market and business in California & the USA despite not favorable macroeconomic conditions?



Advanced Solar Products at NFMT-Vegas, October 2-3. 2012




Lyle Rawlings and Tom Thompson from ASP were keynote speakers at Intersolar 2012 in San Francisco.



Solar Power Engineers (Flemington, NJ) – Create and develop electrical designs for commercial and utility scale solar photovoltaic systems applying knowledge of power system analysis, power electronics and renewable energy systems; Design medium & high voltage electrical systems according to applicable ANSI & IEC standards; Develop electrical single-line diagram, schematics, PV array layout and different PV System drawings in CAD; Conduct solar power system design & application in compliance with the National Electric Code; Develop control & monitoring (SCADA) scheme for the PV System; Review costumer supplied drawings for proper engineering interface and utility interconnection.  Must have a Master’s Degree in Power and Energy Systems or Electrical Engineering plus skills and knowledge in CAD, power system analysis, power electronics, renewable energy systems, high voltage electrical systems.
Location: Flemington, NJ. Submit résumé referencing job code KRC001 to HR, Advanced Solar Products, Inc., 270 South Main Street, Suite 203, Flemington, NJ 08822



A First Step in Solar Rescue, NJ Biz, 6/18/12


In Turnaround, All NJ Utilities Agree to Promote Solar Development, NJ Spotlight, 6/5/12


Can the State Save New Jersey's Solar Sector?  NJ Spotlight, 5/18/12




Dark Times for New Jersey’s Solar Industry, NJ Today, 3/13/12




Record Breaking Solar Site, Solar Energy, 2011.(pdf)


Advanced Solar Products, Inc. vs Ex- Employee and Renewable Energy Holding Inc.
(press release pdf)

LDK Solar to Provide Modules for Largest Private Net-Metered System in Western Hemisphere


Mitsubishi PV modules used in ASP’s 1MW installation on Somerset Tire Service’s rooftop

McGraw-Hill and NJR Clean Energy Ventures Announce Largest Solar Energy Site of its Kind in the Western Hemisphere

East Windsor to be site for largest private solar power plant in Western Hemisphere

McGraw-Hill and NJR Clean Energy Ventures Announce Largest Solar Energy Site of its Kind in the Western Hemisphere

EAST WINDSOR: Locals question solar panel plan: Some East Windsor residents call McGraw-Hill proposal problematic





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