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NJ ‘whole house’ pilot to solve low-income health and safety problems

TRENTON — The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities is rolling out what it says is its first pilot program in the state capital to remove certain barriers that could prevent low-income homes from maximizing energy efficiency. Stacy Richardson, deputy director of NJBPU’s clean energy division, said the program’s title “Whole House” refers to the …

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