EEA-NJ is New Jersey’s trade association for the energy efficiency industry.
Our membership, comprised of seventy-five companies, ranges from small local firms to large multinational corporations and operates across the value chain of energy efficiency. We engage our membership and key policymakers in support of an industry that accounted for nearly 38,000 New Jersey jobs in 2019. The policy we promote at the state and local level expands the market for energy efficiency.
In June 2020, BPU released the final frameworks for utility EE programs. EEA-NJ released a statement in coalition with other organizations in response.READ HERE
EEA-NJ fights entrenched energy inequities by laying out a robust plan to invest in marginalized communities and prioritize the input of all stakeholders.READ HERE
On May 29th, EEA-NJ submitted comments to the BPU toward the establishment of a Green Fund in New Jersey to drive private investment and prioritize equity.READ HERE
EEA-NJ encourages the BPU to invest RGGI auction proceeds into LMI energy efficiency programs that address pressing and widespread participation barriers.READ HERE
On December 12, 2019, EEA-NJ submitted comments emphasizing the cost-effectiveness and environmental benefits achieved by investing NJ’s RGGI revenue in EE.READ HERE
Following a stakeholder meeting on 10/31/2019, EEA-NJ submitted comments to the BPU on the optimal design of cost recovery for energy efficiency programs.READ HERE
Lloyd Kass, Senior Vice President, Lime Energy (a Willdan Company)
Good state policy and regulations are critical to a healthy EE marketplace, and EEA-NJ effectively tracks policy proceedings, elevates industry best practices, and serves as a voice for companies like mine so we can focus on running our businesses.