NJ Spotlight Roundtable: NJ’s Energy Future — Energy Efficiency

NJ Spotlight News | September 28, 2018 | Podcasts, Roundtables

Steven Gabel
New Jersey is getting serious about reducing how much energy its businesses and public use. A new law enacted this spring mandates significant cuts in consumption of electricity and gas. If achieved, it could by one projection lead to savings of up to $200 million a year for customers. A panel of industry experts, policymakers, and clean-energy advocates explain how we reach that goal and what needs to happen to get there.

Opening Remarks

Steven Gabel, President, Gabel Associates


Mary Barber, Director, New Jersey Clean Energy, Environmental Defense Fund

Stefanie A. Brand, Director, New Jersey Division of Rate Counsel

David M. Daly, President and Chief Operating Officer, Public Service Electric
and Gas Company

Tom Massaro, Sr. Vice President, Marketing, Customer Service and Energy Efficiency,

New Jersey Resources

Adam Procell, President and Chief Executive Officer, Lime Energy


Tom Johnson, Energy Reporter, NJ Spotlight

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