Where are the clean energy dollars

To help plug New Jersey’s budget gap, Governor Christie has announced that he will take $158 million from the Clean Energy Program in 2010, and additional funds in 2011. These Clean Energy Program funds WERE COLLECTED FROM RATEPAYERS  (us) through a monthly fee on utility bills, and had been budgeted by the NJ Board of Public Utilities to support job creation in critical energy conservation, efficiency and renewable energy programs for residents, businesses, industry and local governments across the state. Environment New Jersey is coordinating an April 1st Call In Day (this Thursday) to generate calls in protest of the cuts. The Governor’s line is: 609-292-6000,please call on April 1st,or send an e-mail through the NJ State website at http://www.state.nj.us/governor/contact/See More

Plan would take $300M from clean energy programs, leave door open to future raidsTRENTON – Governor Christie announced today that, as part of his 2011 budget, he will take $20 million worth of clean energy …

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