Translator Disclaimers
For Immediate Release: Contact: Peter Peretzman
Date: 03/9/2020 609-984-9707


 Project will Conserve Energy, Reduce Peak Demand
Trenton, N.J. – The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) today approved a $937,199 energy efficiency incentive for Mack-Cali Realty under the state’s Large Energy Users Program within New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program™. The funds will be used for energy conservation measures in nine different locations across New Jersey that will save an estimated $358,112 in energy costs annually and 3.4 million kWh of electricity annually.


The proposed projects will cost $1.7 million total, with Mack-Cali funding the difference between the incentive granted today and the total cost.


The proposed upgrades fall into four major categories: Five HVAC system retrofits; one HVAC fan system retrofit; two curtain wall insulation applications; and one LED lighting retrofit.


“Helping our large energy users – and the buildings they operate – become more energy efficient is an important way of helping us to meet the Governor’s clean energy goals,” said NJBPU President Joseph L. Fiordaliso. “Not only will programs like this mean a cleaner and healthier environment, but they will dramatically reduce energy costs for the property owners.”


The energy conservation upgrades will occur at nine different locations across the state, at the following addresses:


  1. 333 Thornall Street, Edison, NJ
  2. 111 River Street, Hoboken, NJ
  3. 581 Main Street, Woodbridge, NJ
  4. Plaza ll-lll Harborside, Jersey City, NJ
  5. 5 Wood Hollow Road, Parsippany, NJ
  6. 101 JFK Parkway, Short Hills, NJ
  7. Plaza IV-A Harborside, Jersey City, NJ
  8. Plaza V Harborside, Jersey City, NJ
  9. 101 Hudson Street, Jersey City, NJ



About the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU)
NJBPU is a state agency and regulatory authority mandated to ensure safe, adequate and proper utility services at reasonable rates for New Jersey customers. Critical services regulated by NJBPU include natural gas, electricity, water, wastewater, telecommunications and cable television. The Board has general oversight and responsibility for monitoring utility service, responding to consumer complaints, and investigating utility accidents.
To find out more about NJBPU, visit our web site at


About New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program (NJCEP)
NJCEP, established on January 22, 2003, in accordance with the Electric Discount and Energy Competition Act (EDECA), provides financial and other incentives to the State's residential customers, businesses and schools that install high-efficiency or renewable energy technologies, thereby reducing energy usage, lowering customers' energy bills and reducing environmental impacts. The program is authorized and overseen by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU), and its website is