To achieve these goals, the Center will:
- Encourage collaborative discussion between energy stakeholders and policymakers.
- Gather and analyze data to develop clean energy pathways that can be used for informed decision making.
- Generate Computable General Equilibrium based Integrated Energy Environmental Economic model that can be used for energy and environmental planning in New Jersey.
- Foster faculty and student research in the area of clean energy and sustainability analytics.
- Assist policymakers, businesses and organizations in developing clean energy and transportation initiatives in the state and act as an information resource hub regarding state regulatory and incentive policies.
News & Events
- As Decision on Nuclear Subsidies Nears, Where is Consultant’s Report?Consumer, environmental, and industry groups want to know why an independent report commissioned by the BPU has yet to be seen by the public.Tuesday April 16, 2019
- Start of New Era as Decommissioning Process Begins at Oyster CreekWith nuke plant now offline, a sale of the site to Holtec, a Camden-based company, is under federal reviewWednesday March 27, 2019
- PSE&G Wants to Spend Almost $900M on Resiliency of Natural-Gas NetworkCritics argue most of the backup pipelines will never be needed, question utility’s decision to invest in infrastructure based on problems not likely ever to occurThursday March 21, 2019
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Just a few more weeks to submit abstracts for the International Conference on Sustainable Development hosted at Col… https://t.co/LNjJlpeEex— Clean Energy and Sustainability Analytics Center (@CESAC_MSU) date here
Congratulations to Gita Bhushal for successfully defending her masters thesis work on environmental conflicts and c… https://t.co/QWfrLi55b5— Clean Energy and Sustainability Analytics Center (@CESAC_MSU) date here