The Assembly Telecommunications and Utilities Committee will hear testimony on the state’s energy master plan on Thursday, including a review of work to meet its goals and an assessment of what further needs to be done. The hearing is set for 10 AM at the State House Annex in Trenton.
“New Jersey’s successful clean energy programs have been hit hard by Gov. Christie, threatening economic development and our goal of making New Jersey more energy independent and a leader in building a green economy,” said Assemblyman Upendra Chivukula (D-Franklin), the committee chairman. “It’s time to assess where we stand, where we go from here to minimize the damage and what further work needs to be done to meet our goals.”