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ELIZABETH, NJ-The recent plunge in solar renewable energy credit (SREC) prices has left the solar industry in New Jersey in a state of uncertainty–the credits have been a prime method of financing the often-pricey installations. The change could particularly affect those developers who choose to foot the bill of the installations themselves, such as closely held Avidan Management LLC. The Elizabeth, NJ-based industrial and flex facility owner/developer recently completed the installation of the largest rooftop solar electric system in the United States at its industrial facility in Elizabeth, NJ. GlobeSt.com spoke with Avi Avidan, managing member of Avidan Management, about the benefits and challenges of the changing solar energy market from the landlord’s point of view.

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