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AENJ Email 11/28/22 – Well Below Average

AENJ Email 11/28/22 – Well Below Average

Another Delay: NJ Falls Further Behind Charging Infrastructure Plans New Jersey continues to fall further behind when it comes to installing the infrastructure needed for the electric vehicle transition called for in the Energy Master Plan. In fact, we rank only 28th...

AENJ Email 11/14/22 – Fiscal Reality

AENJ Email 11/14/22 – Fiscal Reality

Fiscal Reality Continues To Create Increased Concern Over Viability Of Offshore Projects NJ Spotlight writes this past week about how high inflation, rising interest rates and continued constraints in the supply chain are creating concerns among developers about the...

AENJ Email 11/7/22 – Not Viable

AENJ Email 11/7/22 – Not Viable

NJDEP Tells NJBPU Their Energy Master Plan Calculations Are Built On A House Of Cards This week, PSE&G told investors about their concerns regarding the viability of wind energy and informed them that they may cut offshore wind investments due to economic...

AENJ Email 10/31/22 – Increasingly Concerned

AENJ Email 10/31/22 – Increasingly Concerned

Energy's Future Is Not Blowing In The Wind: Too Slow, Too Expensive, Short Supply & Soaring Inflation According to the Financial Times, concerns continue to grow among wind executives over whether we are able to meet US offshore wind ambitions and goals: That is a...

AENJ Email 10/24/22 – Failing Record

AENJ Email 10/24/22 – Failing Record

1000 Day Report Card Proves EMP A Failure: Missed Milestones, No Costs, Unfeasible and Unreliable Plans It has now been over 1000 days since the BPU released the Energy Master Plan. At Affordable Energy for New Jersey, we thought this milestone would represent a good...

AENJ Email 10/17/22 – Hunk of Burning Wood

AENJ Email 10/17/22 – Hunk of Burning Wood

Energy Crisis Has Europe Turning Back The Energy Clock To Burning Wood Just how bad is Europe's energy crisis? They're going back to burning wood to stay warm: If you think this doesn't apply to New Jersey,  note that like Europe 70% of our energy comes from Natural...

AENJ Email 10/10/22 – Hot Air

AENJ Email 10/10/22 – Hot Air

BPU Thinks NJ Can Be Powered By Hot Air New Jersey is falling behind its plans when it comes to wind. Despite all the scare tactics about the need to move away from traditional energy sources to wind and solar, the NJ BPU has done much more talking than they have done...

AENJ Email 10/3/22 – No Comment is not Good Enough

AENJ Email 10/3/22 – No Comment is not Good Enough

No Comment Isn't Going To Pay The Crushing Costs Of Boiler Replacements When asked recently about the looming costs for the mandated boiler replacement due to state environmental regulations in New Jersey Schools, Governor Murphy refused to speak up about the...

Proceed With Caution

Proceed With Caution

In the wake of the devastation from hurricanes Henri and Ida in just the last two weeks, there continues to be commentary on what steps we need to take next.  During (what is becoming regular) extreme weather events, residents need to understand that we are...

NJ Residents Reject Cost of Energy Master Plan

NJ Residents Reject Cost of Energy Master Plan

Affordable Energy for New Jersey (AENJ), the state’s leading energy policy coalition, has published a long-awaited report detailing the anticipated costs for the implementation of the state’s Energy Master Plan (EMP), and the price is shocking. This detailed analysis...

Look before you leap on Electric Vehicles

Look before you leap on Electric Vehicles

There is an old saying to look before you leap because you may not like where you land. That concept has never been more appropriate than when examining and discussing the idea of moving forward and converting toward electric Vehicles. While the idea may make people...