New Jersey Picks Three Schools for Energy Storage Program

Three township schools in New Jersey are among a few across the state to be selected to take part in the first-ever energy storage program.

The Richard L. Rice School and the Frances S. DeMasi and Marlton middle schools are among 13 educational and municipal institutions approved by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities to benefit from the $2.908 million in incentive commitments to install energy storage systems.

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Date Posted: 4/9/2015