Wayne-based Donnelly Energy said late Monday that it was awarded a contract for the Direct Install Program offered by Public Service Electric & Gas, valid through 2023. Donnelly Energy will be the authorized contractor responsible for marketing and implementing the program in Passaic, Morris, Middlesex and Hunterdon counties.
PSE&G’s Direct Install Program helps local and state government, nonprofits and businesses within Urban Enterprise Zones become energy efficient via discounted lighting retrofits and Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration upgrades.
PSE&G will pay for 100% of the upfront costs, with customers repaying as little as 20% of the total, interest-free, over 60 months on their PSE&G bill (or in one lump sum payment, if preferred). Eligible commercial facilities must receive natural gas and/or electricity from PSE&G, have peak demands of 200 kilowatts or less and an acceptable PSE&G bill payment record.
“As New Jersey and PSE&G continue to progress towards a clean energy future, we have been fortunate enough to be a part of the journey,” said Justin Avallone, the program manager for Donnelly Energy. “It’s always been our mission at Donnelly to help make it easy for New Jersey and its businesses to ‘go green’ without breaking the bank, and this new age of energy efficiency programs are just going to elevate that.”
Through PSE&G’s Direct Install Program, Donnelly Energy will provide program participants with a free on-site energy audit, recommend energy efficiency upgrades, give a detailed cost estimate and be responsible for completing installations on behalf of PSE&G.