Smart Meters Come to NJ, a Key to Achieving Complete Clean Energy by 2050

February 21, 2020

A smarter grid also is critical if the state achieves its goals of electrifying the transportation sector — the largest source of greenhouse-gas emissions. Under that scenario, the state will have to adopt different time-of-use tariffs for optimum times to charge plug-in electric vehicles.

“It will be difficult to implement a different tariff without a smarter grid,’’ said Frank Felder, director of the Center for Economic, Energy and Environmental Policy and the Rutgers Energy Initiative.

NJSpotlight.com, February 20, 2020

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