What matters in 2020 as state tries to shift to clean energy? Money, for a start

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TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT – In the past year, the Murphy administration focused on how to transform the state into a clean energy economy, a daunting task that led to a few major policy initiatives but left significant challenges unresolved.

With the aim of shifting to 100% clean energy by 2050, the state mapped out how to achieve that goal in a new energy master plan, one that was promised to be released by the new year but has yet to be made public.

The state Board of Public Utilities, overseeing the process, also has yet to make public the projected cost impact on ratepayers, who are bearing most of the burden in promoting cleaner energy, like solar and wind energy …

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