Wrestling with devilish details of how to curb energy use in NJ

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TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT – With a new law establishing tough mandates to reduce energy use, there is widespread agreement New Jersey has the potential to achieve huge benefits and savings for customers but far less consensus on how the state will realize those goals.

It is a dilemma as policymakers, utilities and clean-energy advocates struggle to iron out the details on how to implement the year-old law requiring electric and gas companies to curb customer use by 2 percent and 0.75 percent, respectively, annually …

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