NJ unveils final plan for 100% ‘clean’ electricity

January 29, 2020

The release of the energy master plan has also generated skepticism from various corners of the state’s energy sphere.

One concern stemmed from the transition’s cost to ratepayers — an analysis that officials in the Murphy administration said would be carried out later this year.

In an op-ed published yesterday before the road map’s release, Rutgers professor Frank Felder cautioned that the transition would be “expensive and regressive” and predicted a “substantial increase” in residents’ energy costs.

E&E News, January 28, 2020

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