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Garden State Solar Sector Continues to Heat Up, Though Clouds on Horizon – NJ Spotlight

Posted 6.13.17 in In the News

NJ Spotlight

New Jersey deployed nearly 400 megawatts of solar capacity in 2016, fifth-highest ranking in United States

Source: Garden State Solar Sector Continues to Heat Up, Though Clouds on Horizon – NJ Spotlight

 

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Profile: One of New Jersey’s Champions of Clean, Renewable Energy – NJ Spotlight

Posted 4.5.17 in In the News

Lyle Rawlings isn’t just pushing solar power, he’s pushing the state to adopt far more ambitious targets for electricity generated by renewable sources

Source: Profile: One of New Jersey’s Champions of Clean, Renewable Energy – NJ Spotlight

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Advanced Solar Products of Flemington involved in $60 million McGraw-Hill project | NJ.com

Posted 4.5.17 in In the News

East Windsor, NJ - 14 MWSource: Advanced Solar Products of Flemington involved in $60 million McGraw-Hill project | NJ.com

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Amicus Member Focus

Posted 4.4.17 in General

Advanced Solar Products is a proud member of the Amicus Solar Cooperative.  As a member ASP can take advantage of the buying power and cost savings of this larger buying group so that we can pass the savings to our clients.  ASP was profiled in the December Member Focus.

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Maine’s largest solar farm in Madison – many more predicted to come

Posted 3.14.17 in In the News

ASP was contracted by IGS to design and manage the installation of Maine’s largest PV System. Maine Insights

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Solar Storage Pilot Could Increase Reliability During Extreme Storms

Posted 3.14.17 in In the News

ASP was awarded the EPC contract for the Hopewell Valley Central High School Energy Storage Project. This is the third installation that ASP has completed for the district. NJ Spotlight

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Solar Field Will Save This N.J. High School $807K

Posted 3.10.17 in In the News

ASP is installing a solar field for Del Val High School in Alexandria Township. The system will generate enough power to cover 80% of the school’s electric load.  NJ.com

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