A new era — cleaner, healthier, more affordable — is upon New Jersey and the nation.
Fossil fuels that pollute the air and worsen the health and safety dangers from climate change are on the way out. We’ll be heating, cooling, and powering our lives with highly-efficient electricity from renewable sources like solar and offshore wind.
The right policies and incentives will speed the transition from water heaters and space heating that rely on fossil fuels to highly-efficient electric heat pumps, especially in overburdened low- and middle-income communities. New Jersey policymakers can reduce emissions harming our health and climate, save consumers money, and create good jobs by:
As more intense storms batter our state — threatening lives and property — sea levels rise, and severe flooding occurs more frequently, now it’s time to move faster, not slower toward electrification.