New Jersey State Seal


Fridge/Freezer Recycling

Refrigerator Freezer Recycling $50 Rebate

Program Literature

Applications and Brochures - Download Program Materials

Clean Energy Learning Center


Food Service Rebates

Commercial Food Service Equipment Rebates

Clothes Washer Rebate

Clothes Washer Rebate

Subscribe to eNewsletter

Newsletter

State of New Jersey Energy Master Plan

Follow Us: Become a Facebook Fan!Follow us on Twitter!

NJCEP Newsletter

Sign up to receive New Jersey's Clean Energy Program newsletter right in your mailbox!


 

 
New Jersey's Clean Energy Program
866-NJSMART
Your Power to Save
 
March 2019

 

Join the thousands of New Jersey homeowners, businesses and municipalities that have taken advantage of incentives offered by New Jersey's Clean Energy Program. These programs provide opportunities for you to save energy, money and help protect our climate and shoreline.

What it Means to Go Green

WHY SHOULD YOU GO GREEN? IMPLEMENTING GREEN PRACTICES INTO YOUR DAILY ROUTINE CAN HELP CREATE A SUSTAINABLE EARTH

There are many reasons why going green is the right thing to do. From improving water and air quality to lowering utility bills and mitigating the effects of climate change, ultimately we all share the responsibility of making the planet cleaner, brighter and livable for future generations.

There are many ways you can go green at home, at work and in your local city without splurging.

Check out some useful tips:
•    Take your own coffee mug to your local coffee shop
•    Drink water out of a reusable container rather than always buying water bottles
•    Replace your current shower head with a low-flow model
•    Turn off the monitor when your computer is not in use

Easing into a green lifestyle is easier than you think. Talk to friends, family and colleagues about what you're doing, why it's important and how easy it is to go green. Making the personal choice to embark on a green lifestyle journey is also a great time to make it a family affair and teach children to be environmentally friendly.

Green is the New Black

In recent years there has been an increased interest in promoting energy efficiency and green efforts. Going green will have you seeing green. While investing in energy-efficient renovations and upgrades could mean a large Investment up front, in the long-term the savings could be immense. To help pay for energy-efficient upgrades, New Jersey homeowners may receive up to $4,000 in financial incentives and may also qualify for 0% financing (up to $10,000 with a 7-year maximum term) or 4.99% financing (up to $15,000 with a 10-year maximum term). Through a home energy audit, one of our participating accredited and certified contractors will take inventory and report on the current conditions of your home from top to bottom.

Find a Contractor Near You

Shine Bright Like an LED!

Did you know that lighting represents 20% of your home's electricity bill? Stores throughout New Jersey are now offering instant rebates on ENERGY STAR® LED lighting products to promote energy efficiency. There is no paperwork required in order to receive the rebate.

An ENERGY STAR Qualified LED Bulb:
•    Uses dramatically less energy (about 75-80% less energy) to produce an equivalent amount of light. For example, you could use a 10-watt LED and enjoy the same amount of light as a 60-watt incandescent.
•    Has a long lifespan of 50,000 hours or more, which surpasses both the incandescent bulb and the CFL by thousands of hours.
•    Is durable, so it performs well outdoors and in cold temperatures.

Visit a Store Near You

New Jersey Clean Energy Program Partners with the EPA's Responsible Appliance Disposal (RAD) Program


The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities' Clean Energy Program is thrilled to have become a RAD Program Partner.

It is estimated that more than 11 million refrigerators/freezers, 6 million window air conditioning units, and 1 million dehumidifiers are disposed of annually in the United States.

Partners in EPA’s RAD Program commit to collecting used refrigerated appliances and implementing best practices for the recycling/disposal of these units, which go beyond federal laws.

This means:
•    Complying with laws on the recovery of refrigerant, used oil, and PCBs
•    Recovering appliance foam
•    Promoting recycling of all durable goods
•    Promoting the permanent retirement of old, inefficient appliances to save energy

RAD partners have successfully reduced emissions of ODS and GHGs. Partners have also reduced energy consumption,
increased the recycling of durable goods, and ensured the proper handling of hazardous substances.

Recycle your Fridge

New Jersey's Clean Energy Program
44 South Clinton Avenue | PO Box 350 | Trenton, NJ 08625

Fridge/Freezer Recycling

Refrigerator Freezer Recycling $50 Rebate

Program Literature

Applications and Brochures - Download Program Materials

Clean Energy Learning Center


Food Service Rebates

Commercial Food Service Equipment Rebates

Clothes Washer Rebate

Clothes Washer Rebate

Subscribe to eNewsletter

Newsletter

State of New Jersey Energy Master Plan

Follow Us: Become a Facebook Fan!Follow us on Twitter!


New Jersey State Seal