New Jersey Solar is an outstanding deal until January 31st 2022. It technically expires in June, and we will promote it until January, February and March we’ll tell people maybe, and after that, probably not. Not only (in 2021, do you take advantage of the 26% federal tax credit), but also NJ will get you (until limit or January 2022) $90 per 1,000 kilowatts / one megawatt you produce! That’s excellent!!
Joey’s dad grew up in North Bergen. Lee grew up in Morristown, and his mother Annette Tyler was the Director of Local History for the Morristown Joint Free Public Library while he studied at Morristown High School, then studying Audio Engineering at Emerson College.
Morristown (where Lee is from), North Bergen (where Joey’s Dad is from), Eatontown (where Lee lives now), Hazlet (where Lee’s in-laws live), North Brunswick, NJ, Tuckerton, West Creek, Red Bank, Little Egg Harbor, Egg Harbor, Egg Harbor City, Galloway, Cape May Court House, South Brunswick, East Brunswick, Eagleswood, South Plainfield, Orange, West Orange, South Orange, Emerson, Secaucus, Kearny, Bayonne, Jersey City, Wayne, Morris Plains, Westfield, North Plainfield, Plainfield, Princeton, Middletown, NJ, Aberdeen, Matawan, Old Bridge, Convent Station, Maplewood, Madison, Montville, Dover, Denville, Little Ferry, most cities in NJ qualify. The only ones just take a transformer upgrade would be “blacked out” zones in South Jersey, call us to check on your town 201.207.5554 or text 917.282.6285.