The United States must use the growing clean-power industry to build its economy and continue to be a worldwide leader in innovation, the nation's top energy official said Friday before a group of students, faculty and staff at Stevens Institute of Technology.
The state of New Jersey's power generation capacity and its cost competitiveness will take center stage Friday as the Board of Public Utilities hears new testimony on generation capacity procurement and transmission planning during a "legislative-style" hearing in Trenton.
The Mid-Atlantic Solar Energy Industries Association joined environmental groups and a state assemblyman to call for opponents of proposed changes to the state energy master plan to attend public hearings starting next week.
The Garden State has long been a leader in solar energy policies and installations. Now, a new campaign is aiming to use the experiences of states like New Jersey to turn up the heat on states where incentives have been lacking.
Strong government policies have been critical to helping New Jersey become a leader in clean energy, according two military experts. But those policies could potentially have a negative impact on the state going forward, if major changes aren't carefully considered, they said.
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