NJCEP Strategic Plan
New Jersey's Clean Energy Program (NJCEP) is developing a strategic plan that will serve as a roadmap for the design and implementation of programs beginning in fiscal year 2018 (July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018). Key steps in creating the plan include the articulation of key objectives for NJCEP by the Board of Public Utilities (BPU) and the development of operating principles to help shape program design and budget allocations. The BPU is seeking input from stakeholders who have been active NJCEP participants, as well as those who have perspectives and insights that can help NJCEP succeed in meeting the objectives that have been laid out by the BPU. These steps are intended to provide assurance that the programs will maximize the benefits delivered to New Jersey's ratepayers.
To stay informed regarding the NJCEP Strategic Plan, please subscribe to the Energy Efficiency listserv by contacting the NJCEP Webmaster.
The initial opportunity for stakeholders to provide input to the strategic planning process will come in the form of a series of focus groups. Each of the groups will focus on a submarket or related trade ally group, and discussion questions will address both general and specific topics related to the theme of each session.
The focus groups will be held in the first floor multi-purpose conference room, New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, 44 South Clinton Avenue, in Trenton. A call-in number (888.273.3658 code 7773306) will be open during the focus groups for those that wish to monitor the discussions. There will not be an opportunity to comment via the phone line. Those who are not able to attend in person are encouraged to submit feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Most of the focus groups were held in December. To register to attend the Low Income focus group please click on the Focus Group Registration button below.
- January 26 from 10:00am to noon. Low Income Energy Efficiency: focus on community outreach organizations and low-income advocates, contractors performing work on low-income customers' properties, intergovernmental organizations, utilities, and other stakeholders who are familiar with the energy needs of New Jersey's Low Income ratepayers.
- December 19 Single Family and Low Rise Multi-family Residential New Construction
- December 19 Government and Municipal Facilities Energy Efficiency
- December 16 Small Business Energy Efficiency
- December 16 Industrial and Large Commercial Energy Efficiency
- December 02 Existing Multi-family Energy Efficiency
- December 02 Existing Homes (single family market, 1-4 homes)
For questions regarding this process, please submit an email to email@example.com.