Updated: Jun 26
June 15, 2023 | njspotlightnews.org
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Approximately 300,000 customers ended up using a whole lot less gas and electricity, thus reducing carbon dioxide emissions by roughly 1 million metric tons. The customers who participated in these and other energy-saving programs can expect cumulative savings of $300 million on their utility bills annually, according to PSE&G.
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NJ SEED: With the costs of virtually everything escalating in recent years, energy efficiency programs are welcome as a cost-effective means of reducing rising energy bills. Consumers using less is important as the state moves toward totally fossil-fuel free energy there may be less of it available.