An economic analysis required of the state’s revised Energy Master Plan has been delayed once again, with the state BPU blaming the COVID-19 pandemic.
NJBIA Vice President of Government Affairs Ray Cantor told NJ Spotlight News that there is now growing concern that without the analysis, which was originally supposed to be done in the first quarter of 2020, clean energy policies will be put in place without regard to costs.
“They are moving ahead with a whole slew of policies without knowing what the impact will be,’’ Cantor said. “It is not what they promised.’’
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