Developers Diversified will purchase some of the solar electricity for common area use, and tenants of Developers Diversified will have the opportunity to purchase the electricity generated by the solar power systems.
“There were no upfront costs for the developer and they are collecting roof rent,” said Jamie Smith, vice president of sales for SunEdison. “The roofs were not doing anything. Now they are turning them into cash.”
PSE&G is also considering a solar farm in Trenton, and held a town hall meeting about it recently to address resiential concerns.
Our Fair State may have lost its progressive way on some things, but on renewable energy, we are moving forward. Go Solar!