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Conference focuses on clean energy

More than 500 business and market leaders throughout the state met Tuesday to learn about the latest trends in renewable energy financing, energy-efficient technologies and market transformation at the Clean Energy Conference. The event was hosted by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities and its Clean Energy Program.

More than 500 business and market leaders throughout the state met Tuesday to learn about the latest trends in renewable energy financing, energy-efficient technologies and market transformation at the Clean Energy Conference.

The event was hosted by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities and its Clean Energy Program.

The 2006 Clean Energy Leadership Award winners included Cherry Hill's New Jersey American Water, recipient of the N.J. Clean Energy Business Leader of the Year honors.

This award was given to the business that demonstrates leadership by setting a higher standard for its industry through its clean energy goals and implementing clean energy projects that benefit business and are good for New Jersey.

New Jersey American Water, the Garden State's largest water utility, serving more than 2 million residents, was recognized this year for its leadership in undertaking more than $5 million in energy efficiency and renewable energy projects over the last 18 months.


More than 500 business and market leaders throughout the state met Tuesday to learn about the latest trends in renewable energy financing, energy-efficient technologies and market transformation at the Clean Energy Conference.

The event was hosted by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities and its Clean Energy Program.

The 2006 Clean Energy Leadership Award winners included Cherry Hill's New Jersey American Water, recipient of the N.J. Clean Energy Business Leader of the Year honors.

This award was given to the business that demonstrates leadership by setting a higher standard for its industry through its clean energy goals and implementing clean energy projects that benefit business and are good for New Jersey.

New Jersey American Water, the Garden State's largest water utility, serving more than 2 million residents, was recognized this year for its leadership in undertaking more than $5 million in energy efficiency and renewable energy projects over the last 18 months.

 

 

 


 


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SEP 20 2006
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