Office of the State Comptroller

"New Jersey can seize on the opportunity to be a leader in environmental justice and the transition to an equitable clean energy economy.”

Jane Cohen - Executive Director of the Office of Climate Action and the Green Economy

New Jersey
Environmental Data


Wind Generated
Megawatts by 2040




EVs registered
in NJ as of June 2022


Public EV
Charging Stations


Clean Energy
by 2050

Energy Master Plan & Global Warming Act Implementation

The 2019 Energy Master Plan outlines key strategies to reach the Administration’s goal of 100 percent clean energy by 2050, and the Global Warming Response Act 80x50 Report recommends pathways to reducing New Jersey’s greenhouse gas emissions 80% by 2050. Both documents are influential tools in New Jersey clean energy policy.

New Jersey Council on the Green Economy

The Council on the Green Economy is overseen by the Office of Climate Action and the Green Economy and serves to develop a blueprint for expanding the green economy and building a diverse workforce to support the Administration’s clean energy and climate goals.

In The News

Governor Murphy Highlights Resilience Project in Port Monmouth During Superstorm Sandy 10-Year Anniversary Commemoration

Posted on 10/28/2022

Union Beach, Atlantic City, and Highlands Among Coastal Locations with Ongoing Resilience Projects

Governor Murphy, NJDEP Commissioner LaTourette Announce Proposal of Inland Flood Protection Rule to Better Protect Communities From Extreme Weather

Posted on 10/27/2022

The proposed rule would update New Jersey’s existing flood hazard and stormwater regulations by replacing outdated precipitation estimates with modern data that accounts for observed and projected increases in rainfall.

New Jersey Board of Public Utilities Selects Offshore Wind Transmission Project Proposed by Mid-Atlantic Offshore Development and Jersey Central Power & Light Company in First in Nation State Agreement Approach Solicitation

Posted on 10/26/2022

Selected Projects Will Save New Jersey Ratepayers $900 Million

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