Torcon has been approved by OSHA to participate in its Star VPP Mobile Workforce program on projects in Region 2 (New York and New Jersey) and in Region 3 (Philadelphia Designated Geographic Area). It demonstrates our commitment to excellence and continuous improvement in the construction industry.
Small and large businesses, government agencies, non-profits, institutions and multi-unit buildings are all eligible for valuable PECO incentives for energy-efficient design, improvements and equipment upgrades.
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) has announced updates to their Commercial and Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs including modifications to the SmartStart program that include reductions or eliminations in incentives for various types of lighting and motor replacements.
On June 28, 2013, ENR New York selected Torcon as the region's Contractor of the Year, based on the company's strong portfolio of high-tech and healthcare projects.
New York Governor, Andrew Cuomo, announced in early January 2013 the expansion of the NY-Sun Initiative, which helps to fund solar energy projects throughout the state. An additional $150 million per year will be added to the program each year for the next ten years. The NY-Sun Initiative is aimed at providing additional certainty to solar developers, attracting significant public investment in solar PV, creating additional jobs, improving electric grid reliability, and reducing overall air pollution.