The cap would give moral authority to administrators who will have to cut programs, furlough employees, reduce hiring and approve layoffs in response to the ...
With state’s Energy Master Plan to be announced today, we need to take a step back to ensure that decisions are well-informed, based on evidence
Required: a comprehensive economic analysis that includes any rate increases due to all future wind and other clean-energy projects
New Jersey has invested substantially in measures to improve energy efficiency. The state needs objective, independent, and timely evaluations of these initiatives
Garden State could become first in the US with the right mix of ‘carbon pricing and revenue recycling’
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