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
- PhD Student Takes Second Place in Paper Competition at MSAAG Annual MeetingMonday October 26, 2020
- Creating Connected Communities and a Clean Energy FutureSustainability seminar presented by Marisa Slaten, Director, PHI Regulatory Strategy & Services, Atlantic City Electric.Tuesday April 28, 2020
- State of New Jersey Unveils Draft 2019 Energy Master PlanToday, the State of New Jersey released the Draft 2019 Energy Master Plan (EMP), which provides an initial blueprint for the total conversion of New Jersey’s energy profile to 100 percent clean energy by 2050, as directed by Governor Murphy’s Executive Order 28.Monday September 23, 2019
Reaching a bipartisan agreement on the single largest investment in clean energy transmission means we get to resto… https://t.co/lxFO3fvs4X— Secretary Jennifer Granholm (@SecGranholm) date here
“A tidal turbine weighing 680 metric tons and dubbed "the world's most powerful" has started grid-connected power g… https://t.co/Sawe59V7H0— Clean Energy and Sustainability Analytics Center (@CESAC_MSU) date here
Environmental mgmt. choices are dictated by both producers and consumers, stay tuned to see our recently accepted a… https://t.co/MmYSD3w7bj— Clean Energy and Sustainability Analytics Center (@CESAC_MSU) date here