Solar Activity Reports
New Jersey's Clean Energy Program provides support for clean, renewable energy projects in New Jersey. Renewable energy helps improve air quality, reduces our dependence on foreign oil and also helps create jobs and enhance the economy in New Jersey. The reports discussed below provide information regarding the number of solar projects installed in New Jersey as well as solar projects under development.
The reports below include all data through February 28, 2017. Reports are posted on the third Wednesday of the month at 2:00pm EST.
|New Jersey Solar Installation Update by Interconnection Type as of February 28, 2017|
|New Jersey Solar Installations|
|Interconnection Type||Project Quantity||Installed Capacity (kW)||% of Installed Capacity|
|Behind the Meter||
|New Jersey Solar Project Pipeline|
|Interconnection Type||Project Quantity||Proposed Capacity (kW)||% of Proposed Capacity|
|Behind the Meter||14,759||283,118||64.96%|
|New Jersey Solar Installations AND Project Pipeline|
|Description||Project Quantity||Installed Capacity (kW)||% of Installed Capacity|
Previous reporting can now be found in the Renewable Energy Archive.
The SRP registrations identified in the Solar Pipeline Report include projects that have been entered into the SRP portal by program participants, but not yet reviewed by the Program Manager, TRC. As a result, there may be capacity data entry errors in the Solar Pipeline Report.
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