Assembly Bill Aims To Close New Jersey’s Energy-Efficiency Gap

Assemblyman Troy Singleton

Assemblyman Troy Singleton

by Tom Johnson / NJ Spotlight

Helping consumers reduce their energy use is a positive proposition, but unfortunately many residents cannot afford the upfront capital costs needed to achieve that goal.

To eliminate that barrier, a Burlington County lawmaker is pushing legislation (A-4533) that would establish a low-cost loan program to help residents without the money to install equipment like solar panels instead buy energy-efficient appliances and other green technologies.

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