Making NJ’s energy sources more efficient could be costly

    By: Mary Fuchs

    PSE&G says it will cost more than 800 million dollars to make New Jersey’s energy sources more efficient. And the company says the long term gain must come at the short term cost of higher utility rates for customers. WHYY’s Mary Fuchs reports.

    By: Mary Fuchs

    PSE&G says it will cost more than 800 million dollars to make New Jersey’s energy sources more efficient. And the company says the long term gain must come at the short term cost of higher utility rates for customers. WHYY’s Mary Fuchs reports.

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