New Jersey's Clean Energy Program

New Jersey's Clean Energy Program is a signature initiative of the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, which provides education, information and financial incentives for renewable energy systems and energy efficiency measures. New Jersey has instituted a number of successful initiatives, inclusive of the ENERGY STAR Products Program, that help to reduce the State's peak demand, conserve finite resources and transform the marketplace for the next generation of energy efficient technologies.

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2016-2017 Participation Highlights

Goal for the Year: 65,000,000 lbs of ghgs
Current Total: 282,386 lbs of ghgs
Percent to Goal: 0%

Questions about your Goal?
If you have questions about setting or changing your goal, please email changetheworld@energystar.gov.

2016-2017 Savings Breakdown

Greenhouse Gas Emissions: 282,386 lbs
Pledge Actions: 121
Dollars: $20,905
kWh: 138,315
BTUs: 392,865,312

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Member Organizations

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Organization Name % Contribution lbs. of Greenhouse Gases
New Jersey Natural Gas 50% 139,929
Green Market Fundraising 1% 4,194
TechniArt Inc. 1% 2,097
Atlantic County Utilities Authority 0% 0
Bordentown City Environmental Commission 0% 0
Borough of Ocean Gate 0% 0
Chester Township 0% 0
City of Elizabeth 0% 0
City of Newark 0% 0
Cliffside Park Green Committee 0% 0
East Hanover Environmental Commission 0% 0
East Orange DPW Clean & Green Envir. Ed. Center 0% 0
Fort Lee Environmental Committee 0% 0
Fort Lee Green Team 0% 0
Fredon Township Green Team 0% 0
Livingston Public Schools 0% 0
Project Porchlight 0% 0
Sustainable Highland Park/Bor. of Highland Park 0% 0
Township of Hillside 0% 0
Township of Irvington - Keep Irvington Beautiful Prg 0% 0
a whole new light 0% 0

Archived Campaign Success

Results for Change the World Campaign 2016-2017
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 282,386
Dollars $20,905
kWh 138,315
BTUs 392,865,312
Results for Change the World Campaign 2015-2016
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 2,741,696
Dollars $187,702
kWh 1,685,310
BTUs 723,931,663
Results for Change the World Campaign 2014-2015
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 648,843
Dollars $44,279
kWh 403,348
BTUs 145,634,542
Results for Change the World Campaign 2013-2014
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 125,433
Dollars $10,350
kWh 62,446
BTUs 164,778,580
Results for Change the World Campaign 2012-2013
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 169,847
Dollars $12,959
kWh 93,598
BTUs 221,921,174
Results for Change the World Campaign 2011-2012
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 159,333
Dollars $11,705
kWh 94,300
BTUs 122,916,763
Results for Change the World Campaign 2010-2011
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 16,508,952
Dollars $1,247,977
kWh 8,856,364
BTUs 24,425,965,948
Results for Change the World Campaign 2009-2010
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 117,600,683
Dollars $8,713,979
kWh 72,049,992
BTUs 58,956,513,410
Results for Change the World Campaign 2008-2009
Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs.) 86,105,316
Dollars $4,955,469
kWh 40,487,275
BTUs 36,636,933,285
Results for Change a Light Campaign 2007-2008
# of Pledges 13,187
# of Bulbs 107,838
Energy Savings 30,410,316 kWh
Cost Savings $2,828,159
*Greenhouse Gas 44,105,742 lbs.
Results for Change a Light Campaign 2006-2007
# of Pledges 400
# of Bulbs 2,325
Energy Savings 655,650 kWh
Cost Savings $60,975
*Greenhouse Gas 950,925 lbs.