NJ 'green' technology leaders face unclear future
"We have different pots of money as incentives,'' Franzini told the crowd.
But Gov. Chris Christie recommended scaling back the state's renewable goals in his draft Energy Master Plan issued earlier this year, and also said the state should shift some of its future initiatives onto new natural gas facilities.
October 26, 2011
by Bob Jordan
in Asbury Park Press
WOODBRIDGE - New Jersey's economic development czar Tuesday encouraged the green technology industry to take advantage of incentives for start-up businesses, but some investors said they want a clear idea about planned changes to the state's energy policy.
Caren Franzini, chief executive officer of the state Economic Development Authority, told an audience of nearly 200 at the Cleantech NJ conference about how the administration a few weeks ago won a commitment from Belgian-based Fluitec to call New Jersey home. The company has sales in 36 countries and offices in the United States, Belgium and China, and is consolidating its U.S. operations... [continue via Web link]