New Jersey Aiding Women and Minority Owned Businesses to Improve Indoor Air Quality
State Will Pay for Up to 75% of the Cost of Improving Indoor Air Quality for Qualifying Businesses
As with many states across the country, New Jersey offers financial incentives to help meet the state’s clean energy goals. These include the NJ Clean Heat Program, Electric Vehicle Incentives and the NJ Clean Energy Program.
The NJ Clean Energy program is particularly useful since it’s aimed at helping small, women-owned and minority-owned businesses, who may otherwise not have the financial resources or experience, become more energy efficient by significantly improving their indoor air quality. Unfortunately, many companies aren’t aware of the program or don’t know how to navigate through the application process.
This is why working with a company like Vanguard Building Solutions and their Certified Energy Managers (CEM) is a critical step in the process. Our team (pictured) have helped clients in Princeton, Newark, and Fort Lee, receive the max threshold of 75% for complete replacement of aging, failing or obsolete HVAC systems of all types that serve these commercial buildings.
Below we provide additional details on the NJ Clean Energy Program and show you how our incentive management program ensures you maximize the savings you’re entitled to without dealing with complicated red tape. Our experts will walk you through the entire process.