Anybody out there in the solar panel market that is tied to government grants and if so is it worth it.
No backstabbing,floating bodies, greed and corruption:roll:[/QUOTE]quote=satcom;1193437]Just what is the correct way?
Public projects have always been prevailing wages, and New Jersey is not the only state, there were many posts about prevailing wage work, and they all see to get out of control or have plenty of mis information.Are there any other states that promote energy innovation then signs into law that it all has to be prevailing wage? NJ did. Any rebates or credits for energy saving projects that come from the Board of Public Utilities has to be prevailing wage. In our area that equates to about $72 per hour plus labor burden (insurance,matching taxes etc.) This means private projects too. If a business wants to retrofit their lights or go solar it has to be prevailing wage. They went from the public sector to the private with a stroke of a pen.
This is the absurd theater of New Jersey politics and special interests. Our state motto should be "Give me your crooks and charlatans and huddled hoods yearning to bribe freely"
Jersey is a great state, and most people are really very nice, but I can see why some companies and people leave with bitter feelings, the state is very anti business, and it hurts everyone, most of the companies moved south[/quote]
Your watching too much TV !