Last month, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) made history when it awarded a combined 2,658 MW of offshore wind capacity to two wind energy companies. This award was the largest collective MW award in the United States to date, and it raised New Jersey’s total planned capacity to over 3,700 MW. This award is a significant step toward reaching Governor Phil Murphy’s goal of 7,500 MW of offshore wind by 2035 and 100 percent clean energy by 2050.
Author: Frank T. Cannone
Release of New Jersey’s Draft 2011 Energy Master Plan – Solar Incentives Will Survive — But With Changes
On Tuesday, June 7, the Christie Administration released the State’s draft 2011 Energy Master Plan (Master Plan). The Master Plan provides the Administration’s strategic vision of energy in New Jersey. In particular, the “use, management and development of energy in New Jersey over the next decade,” and includes in-depth discussion of New Jersey’s electricity sources, uses, regulations, challenges, and incentives across all users of electricity in the State: residential, commercial, and governmental. These links provide access to the official State of New Jersey Governor’s Release of Tuesday, June 7th, and the full Draft.