Fierce Debate Over NJ’s Clean-Energy Goals Centers on Possible Abandonment of Regional Power Grid
Currently, state buys power on PJM capacity market. Critics want New Jersey to go it alone.
TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT – Will the state’s clean-energy goals be more readily achieved by remaining in the regional power grid or by bolting it out of fear that staying — along with certain federal policies — could undermine efforts to combat climate change? …
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