Downtown Clinton, New Jersey

The New Jersey Energy Master Plan (EMP) was released on Monday, January 27. Several organizations question whether the plan is taking into account the energy consumers in the state. One of the biggest flaws is that New Jersey has yet to reveal what the cost of this plan is to ratepayers.

One consumer advocate with ties to natural gas interests, the Consumer Energy Alliance, said yesterday it was “carefully reviewing” the master plan. Residents in the state, it added, should be “concerned” that the costs of the transition hadn’t been analyzed earlier on.

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