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New Jersey's Clean Energy Program
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October 2020

 

Join the thousands of New Jersey homeowners, businesses and municipalities that have taken advantage of incentives offered by New Jersey's Clean Energy Program. These programs provide opportunities for you to save energy, money and help protect our climate and shoreline.

ENERGY SAVINGS IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

Old boilers? Inefficient HVAC systems? Need to make energy efficiency improvements to your buildings but have no room in your budget? ESIP may be your answer! NJBPU’s Energy Savings Improvement Program (ESIP) is a way for you to make upgrades to your facilities without tapping in to your capital budget. Schools, municipalities, utility authorities, and any other state entities are eligible. Find out more by emailing the ESIP Coordinator at ESIP@bpu.nj.gov

SPOOK-TACULAR ENERGY SAVINGS

Did you know: October is Energy Awareness Month? If you’re looking for spook-tacular energy savings, you may consider:

  • Getting a home energy audit: This is the first step toward improving a home’s efficiency and reducing energy bills. As the temperature drops, take control of your energy spending. Learn more here.
  • Finding and sealing leaks around your home: Air leaks are most common around walls, ceilings, windows, doors, switches, and outlets. You can reduce your heating bill by up to 20 percent by finding and sealing leaks around your home.
  • Maintain your heating system: Every year, you should schedule an appointment with an HVAC technician to inspect your furnace. The technician will make sure there are no gas leaks, and show you how to replace the filters regularly (monthly is ideal).

COMMUNITY SOLAR ENERGY PILOT PROGRAM

This month, NJBPU took a major step forward to ensure an equitable clean energy future by approving the Year 2 Application and process for the State’s Community Solar Energy Pilot Program. This action ensures underserved and overburdened communities can access the health and financial benefits of renewable energy, and participate in the innovation economy that is contributing to a stronger and fairer New Jersey.

The Pilot Program provides access to solar energy through a subscription-based model that virtually connects customers to a solar installation within their electric utility company’s territory.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Quick-Link Resources

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Global Status on COVID-19 Disease Outbreak, WHO

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