"By moving to cleaner sources of energy, we can create jobs, reduce our dependence on foreign oil and cut carbon pollution," Chu told about 1,000 business owners at the event "New Jersey's innovators and entrepreneurs are leading the way, and I look forward to building on the work of this important conference," he said.
N.J. gains high marks at solar conference STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP, MANAGE- MENT, AND CIRCULATION (Requestor Publications Only) By Martin C. Daks to building on the work of this important con- the sreC program,” Humes said. “Companies 1. Publications Title: NJBIZ 2. Publication New Jersey is a front-runner when it comes ference,” he said. that generate solar-powered energy can earn Number: 1540-4161 3. Filing Date: 10/01/2009 to solar initiatives, said U.s. Department of New Jersey’s market-based solar renew- sreCs for every megawatt they produce, while 4. Issue Frequency: weekly except year-end energy secretary Steven Chu, who spoke at able energy credit, or sreC, program has pro- utilities and other suppliers [doing business in and one extra issue in December. 5. Number the 2009 Clean energy Conference and Lead- pelled the state’s migration to solar power, New Jersey] must get a minimum amount of of Issues Published Annually: 52 6. Annual ership Awards last week in Atlantic City. said Stephen Humes, a partner with the solar power or must purchase sreCs,” from the subscription Price: $64.95 7. Complete Mail- “By moving to cleaner sources of energy, Newark-based law firm McCarter & English generating companies or from brokers. ing Address of Known Office of Publication: we can create jobs, reduce our dependence on LLP. Humes, who represented the firm, also “Today, New Jersey is one of the most Journal Publications, Inc., 1500 Paxton street, foreign oil and cut carbon pollution,” Chu told co-chairs the firm’s climate change and renew- dynamic solar markets in the U.s.,” Humes Harrisburg, PA 17104-2633, Dauphin, Contact about 1,000 business owners at the event. able energy practice. said. “In terms of installed capacity, it’s second Person: Criss Kerkendall, Telephone: 717- “New Jersey’s innovators and entrepre- “Instead of simply offering grants, New only to California.” u 236-4300 8. Complete Mailing Address of neurs are leading the way, and I look forward Jersey engaged in a smart move by establishing E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org Headquarters or General Business Office of Publisher: 220 Davidson Ave. ste. 302, som- erset, NJ 08873-4144 9. Full Names and Com- plete Mailing Addresses of Publisher, editor and Managing editor: Publisher: Thomas F. Curtin, 220 Davidson Ave. ste. 302, som- erset, NJ 08873; editor: sharon waters, 220 Davidson Ave. ste. 302, somerset, NJ 08873; Deputy editor: Joe st. Arney, 220 Davidson Ave. ste. 302, somerset, NJ 08873; Deputy editor: Beth Fitzgerald, 220 Davidson Ave. ste. 302, somerset, NJ 08873 10. Owner: Full Name: Journal Publications; Complete Mail- ing Address: 1500 Paxton street, Harrisburg, PA 17104; David A. & Donna schankweiler; 1500 Paxton street, Harrisburg, PA 17104; Lawrence M. Kluger, 1500 Paxton street, Har- risburg, PA 17104; Penn Venture Partners L.P., 132 state st., suite 200 Harrisburg, PA 17101 11. Known Bondholders, Mortgagees, and Other security Holders Owning or Holding 1 Percent or More of Total Amount of Bonds, Mortgages, or Other securities: None 12. The purpose, function, and nonprofit status of this organization and the exempt status for federal income tax purposes: Has Not
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