I have to be honest, I have never been a big fan of the state of New Jersey. I have driven through New Jersey countless times, hard not to do when traveling up and/or down the east coast and I’ve visited a few friends in various parts of “The Garden State” called New Jersey, so I have seen more to it than just looking out the window while traveling on the few Interstates that take you through the state. Not a single time did I see anything that closely justified the nick name “The Garden State” since all that I ever see is the factories and smoke stacks and the pollution and the smells and all the other darkness that comes along with all of that type of industry going on there. And if I remember correctly darkness just isn’t what “Gardens” are all about.
I understand that thebig hit TV show “The Jersey Shore” that MTV is successfully cranking out season after season, has created a new interest in New Jersey and all that it has to offer people, most just like me that haven’t seen the beauty of the state in the past. They have been trying to clean up their reputation and get people to stop their cars and take the time to visit.
I do have a buddy who moved to New Jersey recently and is now trying to find employment, hopefully with Arosa Solar Energy Systems. After receiving his last email telling me that he had an interview lined up with them, I went online and checked out their website which was pretty interesting reading. I didn’t know that some utility companies will buy back from you any of your unused solar generated energy, at their peak rates even, that’s pretty cool. It seems that Arosa Solar is busy with providing solar power to residential and commercial customers that are interested in New Jersey solar energy for a variety of reasons, all good ones. The cash incentives are always welcomed I’m sure which are listed on this web site as well.
I’m really hoping that my bud will be hired, it is right up his alley and would be a good fit. He moved his new wife and baby, their two German Shepherds there with high hopes, a tough move right now in these days of such uncertain economic stress. Crisis after crisis for heaven’s sake, no wonder more people have stopped watching the nightly news. Anyway, next time I think of New Jersey, maybe it will be of New Jersey solar panels and other alternative energy options more and more and less of those daunting smoke stacks. That would be a most welcomed change.