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The GT Power Hour: Episode 23 (Line in the Sand: A Garden State-ment)
- Aug 6, 2021 2:36 pm GMT
In which we submit New Jersey Board of Public Utilities President Joe Fiordaliso to our line of questioning on resource adequacy, capacity markets, offshore wind, PJM, NIMBYism, state relations with PJM and FERC, New Jersey’s Energy Master Plan and its aggressive goals and the state of thermal generation in the Garden State.
Later, we force the president to engage in a little political Catch-22 and pick favorites between beloved New Jersey icons. After that, he doles out some advice to another president whose tenure his own has far exceeded and finally urges everyone to follow his state’s bold lead in addressing climate change.
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