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Can NJ’s ongoing power outage problems ever be solved?

Every time there’s a significant storm — whether it’s rain, wind snow or ice — millions of residents in the state lose their electricity for an extended period of time. Professor Frank Felder, the director of the Rutgers University Center for Energy, Economic and...

NJ mayors square off over proposal for power plant

It’s mayor against mayor in part of Bergen County, where there’s a proposal to build a power plant. Just off busy Route 1 & 9 down an industrial part of the Meadowlands is a concrete recycling plant that could soon be transformed into a power plant burning natural...

Mayor Cahill Speaks at NJPIRG Solar Energy Roundtable

The panelists for the roundtable discussion were Dr. Robert Kopp, Associate Director of the Rutgers Energy Institute, Kate Shackford, Executive Director for GRID Alternatives, and Dr. Frank Felder, Director at the Center for Energy at the Edward J. Bloustein School....

Reforms in Electricity Markets – What Next?

by Rasika Athawale, Frank Felder and Gayatri Gadag The electricity industry is undergoing rapid changes in response to policy push as an outcome from climate change concerns and disruption pull from products and solutions such as distributed energy resources and...

Felder discusses economic impact of crude oil price drop

In early January, EJB’s Frank Felder, director of the Center for Energy, Economic and Environmental Policy spoke with other experts on EBRU-TV’s “Fresh Outlook,” discussing why crude oil prices are at an all time record low and how this will affect our economy. Watch...

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