January 31st, 2024 |

Tomorrrow officially kicksoff the 2nd year of NJ’s Electric School Bus Grant Program. The state looks to award $15M across multiple overburdened communities statewide with an even distribution across Northern, Central, and Southern NJ. Under this solicitation, two types of entities are eligible to apply: school districts that own their buses and school bus contractors that provide busing services to…

Celebrating over 700 chargers installed in NJ with Town of Newton Ribbon Cutting

January 8th, 2024 |

2023 was an exciting year for Bryan Electric and our EV Charging Station efforts. Not only did we install more chargers than ever in a single year (123) but we also installed over 700 statewide! The Town of Newton was gracious enough to invite us to their ribbon cutting ceremony, where we could share in celebration of this great achievement….

Statewide Municipal EV Ordinance

September 8th, 2021 |

Today, the Murphy Administration unveiled a statewide municipal ordinance that makes electric vehicle charging station projects more streamlined. An example ordinance that will allow all municipalities the ability to better serve their communities and be more uniform across the state. This model ordinance provides minimum requirements, definitions that help develop projects, and all coincides with legislation Gov. Murphy signed into…

PSE&G Level 2 Mixed Use EV Program

August 9th, 2021 |

Last month we shared information about the PSE&G EV Program for DCFC stations. Today, we’re happy to share the same program for Level 2 charging stations. Similarly, the Level 2 program will award projects based off the number of stations installed. For Level 2 stations they’ll provide up to $30,000 ($7,500 per station up to 4 stations per location), as…

PSE&G To Assist in Funding Charging Station Projects

July 26th, 2021 |

Late last week, PSE&G officially announced their EV incentive program and the opportunities are bountiful! For DC Fast Chargers, they’re offering up to $100,000 per site ($25,000 per station up to 4 stations a site) for any make-ready work, as well as up to $50,000 for any utility infrastructure upgrades that need to be done. They’re also offering Demand Charge…

EV Charging Infrastructure critical in Biden’s plan

April 1st, 2021 |

Biden’s new infrastructure plan is not an easy one, but it definitely is a possibility with the right support. While the $2 trillion plan won’t completely center around electrical infrastructure, a $174 billion plan will go into it. This plan will spur the development and adoption of electric vehicles that includes money to retool factories and boost domestic supply of materials,…

Murphy announces $100M in Clean Energy Investments

February 17th, 2021 |

Yesterday, Governor Phil Murphy announced an investment of more than $100 million in clean, equitable transportation projects that will improve air quality and reduce the effects of climate change while moving New Jersey towards 100 percent clean energy by 2050. Leveraging proceeds from the State’s participation in the Regional Green House Gas Initiative (RGGI) and the Volkswagen Mitigation Trust Funds will bring…

Going Green with NJ Transit

December 11th, 2020 |

NJ Transit has announced their 10 year plan of renovations and revolutions, and the best part? It’s all got a sustainable edge to it! Meeting the demands of the Governor’s EMP, they plan on electrifying their bus fleet and redesigning their depots to meet the sustainable needs of EV Buses. See for yourself the incredible changes in the works with…

Bryan Electric is a proud sponsor of Sustainable New Jersey

November 4th, 2019 |

As of Novemeber 2019, Bryan Electric Co. Inc. is proud to be a Bronze Level Sponsor of Sustainable New Jersey. As the only Electrical Contractor in New Jersey to be a sponsor, we are very proud to sponsor and promote such a tremendous organization. Sustainable Jersey is a nonprofit organization that provides tools, training and financial incentives to support communities…

NJ approves the largest offshore wind farm in the nation

June 26th, 2019 |

Keeping up with Gov. Phil Murphy’s recently announced Energy Master Plan, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities granted the state’s first award for offshore wind to the Danish energy company Ørsted and Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) for the proposed 1,100-megawatt Ocean Wind project last Friday. With this plan set to be finished by 2024, over 500,000 NJ homes…