The Future Is Electric: Helping New Jersey Live in Cleaner, Healthier and More Affordable Homes

Posted September 6, 2022

The report commissioned by New Jersey Conservation Foundation outlines the fact that while New Jersey is making strides toward clean energy, many in the state continue to burn natural gas and other fossil fuels directly in their homes, producing greenhouse gas emissions and harmful indoor air pollution. New Jersey is falling behind in achieving its building decarbonization goals compared to neighboring states, as the transition to clean, electric buildings are underway throughout the U.S. and globally.

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