Izzo: U.S. (And N.J.) Can Be Leader in Coming Clean Energy Technologies

SOURCE: Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG)

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By Tom Bergeron

After meeting with global thought leaders and government heads at the Convention of Climate Change — better known as COP26 — in Glasgow, Scotland, Public Service Enterprise Group Chairman and CEO Ralph Izzo flew back to New Jersey last Wednesday with a definitive takeaway.

The U.S. — and New Jersey — can still play a leading role in developing and exporting the next set of clean energy technologies.

Izzo, through email from Europe, pointed to the efforts the state has made, and is making, when it comes to offshore wind energy — efforts that were applauded by the international community at COP26.

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Ralph Izzo, CEO of PSEG photo Solar Panels in the west.

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