The state’s Energy Master Plan is one of Gov. Phil Murphy’s most significant policy moves. It represents an effort to move New Jersey to producing all of its energy needs through clean sources by 2050 through a variety of changes to production and distribution processes, and to changes in the way consumers power their businesses and homes.
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While the goal may be admirable, many business owners and executives are concerned about the timetable and costs of those changes. Mike Taylor is one of them.
Taylor is the owner of Combined Energy Services in Sussex County and a member of the New Jersey Propane Gas Association. The group is a statewide trade association representing propane gas and distribution services companies with 120,000 customers — residential, industrial and commercial.
In this edition of NJBIZ Conversations Taylor discussed Murphy’s plan and its implications. And you can help keep the conversation going by signing up for the NJBIZ Energy panel discussion on Oct. 18. For more information and to register, click here.