State Agency Still Undecided on Solar Incentives for Dumps, Brownfields

New Jersey's Energy Masterplan wants to convert garbage dumps and brownfields into solar energy farms, but the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities seems to be undecided on what kinds of project can move forward and what kinds of incentives to give developers. This article is by Tom Johnson and is reposted from NJSpotlight.

In South Jersey, Virtua Hospitals Recognized for Rapid Adoption of EMRs

All four Virtua acute care hospitals--Voorhees, Memorial, Marlton and Berlin--have achieved the Stage 6 designation of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society Analytics Electronic Records Adoption Model, the hospital system announced. 

Alaris Member Health Centers use Computer-Generated Virtual Reality System to Make Rehabilitation More Fun

Six Alaris Member Health Centers in N.J. recently installed a cutting edge "virtual" rehabilitation system in their therapy departments.

State May Start Funding Energy-Storage Projects for Solar and Wind

New Jersey's clean energy program is proposing that it hand out money to energy-storage projects, which are viewed as a crucial element in helping solar and wind become successful. Reposted with permission from NJSpotlight.

NJ Cyber Attack hits Tridium Energy Management Software

Honeywell's Tridium software was the target of a cyber attack that exploited a credential storage vulnerability, an article in CFO World states.

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