Tioga Energy, SunDurance Energy Selected For NJ PV Program


The Morris County, N.J., Improvement Authority has awarded a $22.3 million contract to a California and New Jersey solar development team to implement the county's pilot renewable energy program.

Under the program, Tioga Energy Inc., based in San Mateo, Calif., with offices in New York, and SunDurance Energy, headquartered in South Plainfield, N.J., were competitively selected to install solar panels on the roofs of 14 public school buildings in five school districts and several county government facilities.

The initiative is being financed by the Improvement Authority, with bonds guaranteed by the county and no debt service incurred by the local entities. The development partners will design, install, operate and maintain the equipment.

SOURCE: Morris County Improvement Authority

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