Governor Phil Murphy wants 100 percent of New Jersey’s power to come from clean energy by 2050. That’s an ambitious goal, given that only 4 percent of our current energy comes from sources such as solar or wind.
In order to help determine the best ways to meet that target and to establish a realistic estimate of what it will cost, NJ Spotlight brought together experts, advocates, and state officials on February 23 for its roundtable on renewable energy.
Nicole Sitaranam, Senior Manager, Public Policy, Sunrun, Inc.
Larry Barth, Director, Corporate Strategy, New Jersey Resources Clean Energy Ventures
Barbara Blumenthal, Ph.D., Energy & Environmental Consultant, Research Director,
New Jersey Conservation Foundation
Stefanie A. Brand, Director, New Jersey Division of Rate Counsel
Lyle Rawlings, President & CEO at Advanced Solar Products, Inc., Vice-President, Co-Founder,
Mid-Atlantic Solar Energy Industries Association
Ross Tyler, Development & Strategy, Business Network for Offshore Wind
Tom Johnson, Energy Writer, NJ Spotlight
Presentations and Related EditorialLyle Rawlings, President & CEO, Advanced Solar Products Barbara Blumenthal: A Clean Energy Pathway for New Jersey
Read Tom Johnson’s story“Moving New Jersey to a Clean Energy Economy: At What Speed
At What Price?”