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FREE Webinar! Incentives for Energy Efficiency in New Jersey: Beyond the Bulbs

FREE Educational Webinar

Sponsored by the NJ Office of Clean Energy

Incentives for Energy Efficiency in New Jersey: Beyond the Bulbs
Taking Energy Efficiency Beyond Lighting Projects

 

With incentives from New Jersey's Clean Energy Program™, you can implement cost efficient, energy saving measures that go beyond lighting upgrades at pricing that is more affordable for your clients.

This webinar is specially designed for NJ Electrical Contractors to learn more about innovative measures, beyond lighting, available to reduce energy use. With New Jersey's Clean Energy Program incentives, implementing these measures can be more accessible and help your customers see substantial savings. Distinguish your company from the rest by giving your clients solutions for energy efficiency for less.

Learn more about the technologies available to implement energy savings, how they work and where they are most commonly used. These technologies include:

• HVAC
• Variable Speed Drives
• Electric Chillers, Refrigeration, Large Building Cooling Systems
• Energy Management Systems

Click here to register and view this free educational seminar for NJECA members and industry professionals.

OSHA Hazard Communication & Safety Data Sheet Binder Now Available!

East Coast Safety Online Institute

NJECA Is Proud to announce the opening of the

East Coast Safety Online Institute!

Take Courses Today at www.eastcoastsafetyed.org

 

ATTENTION ELECTRICIANS!! INSTALLING GENERATORS?

Did you know that you can no longer install the gas piping required for a generator installation under the new state rule? You must now hire a HVARC contractor or plumber to perform this portion of the installation!

A new rule has been issued that requires that gas piping for generator installations be completed by a HVARC contractor or plumber.  The electrical contractor is NO LONGER allowed to perform this work!  Sign the petition to change this rule to allow electrical contractors to continue installing the gas piping for generators along with the rest of the installation!

  Click here to view/sign the petition to repeal this new rule!

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