New Jersey Board of Public Utilities studying feasibility of 13 town center microgrids

By Kelsey Misbrener Today, New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (board) president Richard S. Mroz, along with Bill Golubinski, manager of energy initiatives, division of property management and construction, Phillip S. Miller, executive director, Mercer County Improvement Authority, and Veolia North America officials, toured Veolia’s existing Trenton Thermal Energy District Network, which would serve as the technology hub for a proposed Downtown Trenton Microgrid. During the tour, Mroz announced the Board’s Town Center Distributed Energy Resource (DER) Microgrid program is funding feasibility studies for 13 separate proposed town center microgrids across the State.
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (Board) is furthering the

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