Combining New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program (NJCEP) incentives with a strategic vision can help schools and municipalities finance energy efficiency upgrades to their facilities. Planning efforts can start with Energy Tracking and Management to highlight current energy use. The next steps involve assessing energy upgrade projects and identifying available incentives from both NJCEP and utilities that can help bring projects from planning to implementation.
For the past four summers, Sustainable Jersey has partnered with New Jersey Natural Gas and the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) to provide onsite technical energy assistance to local officials. This program has matched highly trained EDF Fellows with New Jersey schools and municipalities to identify energy savings opportunities through an individualized strategic approach.
Come join us for this one hour webinar as this year’s EDF Fellows guide you through the process they used to help their clients address their unique energy needs. Learn how measuring current energy use and planning for energy efficiency can help your school or municipality identify opportunities for leveraging NJCEP and utility incentives to maximize potential energy savings — and cost savings — for your facilities.
Lauren Kaapcke, EDF Fellow for Asbury Park, Freehold Boro, and Neptune Township
Sage Lang, EDF Fellow for Little Egg Harbor Township School District, Ocean Gate Boro, and Little Egg Harbor Township
Erin Lannon, EDF Fellow for Jackson Township School District, Point Pleasant Beach Boro, and Lake Como Boro
Please invite your colleagues and join us!