The Monmouth County Division of Economic Development offers assistance to businesses looking for a location to expand or relocate, including property search, demographic data, information on proximity to markets, labor qualifications and programs to help businesses grow.
The Ocean County Department of Planning provides businesses with demographic data, employment and labor force information, a business incentive resource guide and other business resources and links.
The Morris County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC) is a partnership of government, businesses and allies dedicated to growing the economy of Morris County, New Jersey through aggressive and effective programs and services that result in business attraction, creation, retention, expansion and transition. The MCEDC maintains databases of available commercial and industrial land sites, and demographic and market data. The MCEDC facilitates state, county and area utility economic development programs and services, and assists businesses in navigating local and state regulatory agencies.
Technologies that generate electricity from the sun, wind and biomass provide reliable power while conserving resources and helping to keep our air clean. New Jersey is fast becoming a national leader in the use of renewable energy systems, particularly in the area of solar energy. NJNG is proud to support New Jersey in its goal to produce 20 percent of the state's electricity from renewable energy sources by 2020.
We encourage you to consider the benefits of these technologies for your business. More information is available on our Renewable Energy page.
By offering high-efficiency equipment rebates and building-design incentives, we can help commercial customers bring down the cost of installing energy-efficient equipment and features in new construction, renovations, additions, remodeling, equipment replacement or manufacturing process improvements. More information is available in our Save Energy & Money section.
Direct Install, the newest program offered under NJ SmartStart Buildings was created for small commercial and industrial facilities with peak demand of less than 200 kilowatts (kW), for additional information on this program click here or call 866-NJSMART.