Majority of Livingston residents to receive 100 percent renewable energy

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DANIELLE SANTOLA / TAPINTO.NET – The Township of Livingston is on track to becoming the second municipality in the state and eighth in the country to make 100 percent renewable energy available to a majority of its residents after the mayor and council passed resolutions last week that will provide 100 percent renewable energy to residents living in PSEG territory and 41 percent (a 20-percent increase from the state-mandated 21 percent) to residents who are JCP&L customers.

The adoption of these resolutions, which is the culmination of an ongoing conversation surrounding energy aggregation that began in 2017, will ultimately save the township $1.125 million over the next 16 months while Livingston’s PSEG customers—nearly three quarters of the total population—receive 100 percent green energy …

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