The installation is one of six solar systems, which is part of the utility’s $515m Solar 4 All program, a cost effective way to develop solar energy.

The state regulators approved PSE&G’s Solar 4 All program in July 2009.

The financial benefits – federal tax investment credits, sale of the energy and capacity to PJM and the solar environmental credits (SRECs) are returned to PSE&G electric ratepayers, which reduces the cost of the program.

Solis Partners, a developer of solar energy projects located in Manasquan, New Jersey, is responsible for the design, engineering and deployment of both the white cool roof and solar PV systems for the Central Division Headquarters project.

In addition to Central Division Headquarters’ 0.9MW rooftop solar system, PSE&G is building a 0.7MW solar system at its Edison Training and Development Center facility in Edison, NewJersey where roof, ground, carport and pole-attached systems are installed.