New Jersey gets F in energy conservation program

NJ Spotlight | State Fails to Participate in Program That Could Cut Energy Costs, Report Finds.

Not only is the Christie administration apathetic to any improvements but it relies on a patchwork of temporary measures, navigating from crisis to crisis, a policy that is a quick fix to problems but ends up costing more in the long run.

The existence of more than 600 independents boards of education is also a draw back to long term planning  and implementation of a comprehensive energy policy.

Lack of action in this field is costing good paying jobs to the state.