To Meet Green-Energy Goal, NJ Must Import Power, Report Says
Affordability issue can be eased by not relying solely on power here, experts detail
TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT NEWS – New Jersey’s plan to transition to 100% carbon-free electricity is feasible while maintaining reliability and lowering electricity supply costs, according to a new study by the ZERO Lab at Princeton University.
The 185-page study identified a number of so-called least-cost pathways to achieve New Jersey’s ambitious clean-energy goals, which aim to decarbonize the state’s economy by mid-century. The study offers a range of policy options and implications of the choices policymakers face in trying to reach those goals …