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Paul is a seasoned (basically old) freelance B2B content producer. Through the years, he has written more than 10,000 items (blogs, news stories, white papers, case studies, press releases and...

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The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities recently began digging into ways to make its grid more amenable to solar power, which accounts for 4% of generation now and is expected to grow to 34% in 2050. The state needs to upgrade the existing grid’s capacity, make it simpler to integrate solar into it, and streamline the approval process for new energy sources. The challenges are clear, potential solutions are emerging, but a key question remains: How to pay for the changes?

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