Thomas Furey, VP of NJ Environmental Services Company, Invited to Speak at Summit Old Guard

environmental-services-njThomas Furey, PE, LSRP and Vice President of Entech Group, Inc., has been invited to speak to the Summit Old Guard group. The Entech Group is an energy, engineering and environmental services company in NJ. Tom will be speaking to the group about renewable energy in NJ. The title of Tom’s presentation is: The Future of Renewable Energy and Efficiency Alternatives With an expertise in the fields of renewable energy and energy efficiency, Tom will be presenting on Future Solar Renewable Trends, Incentives and Benefits. The program will focus primarily on: Overview of Renewable Energy

  • Current News and Market Conditions

Financial Incentives and Current Legislation

  • Future of Solar Renewable Energy Certificates (SREC) Value & Influences
  • Treasury Grant / Credit Program – Investment Tax Credit December 31, 2016
  • 100% Bonus Depreciation 2011, 50% Bonus Depreciation 2012 – Possible 100% for2012

Technology, Design Process and Operational Improvements

  • Residential & Commercial Trends, Higher Efficiencies
  • Green Building Practices vs. LEED Certifications

Financial Components

  • Capital Outlay, Lease & Power Purchase Agreement

Solar Panels in NJ Discussed at Summit Speech

The program will also explore an assortment of energy solutions that include solar panels in NJ, solar energy installation and design, and energy efficient HVAC installation and design. Besides the upcoming changes related to the Energy Market, Tom’s presentation will also touch on current changes related to the environmental market, which are in place and affecting business owners and the residents of New Jersey. Tom will present to the Summit Old Guard on April 3rd, 2012.

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