The New Jersey Board of Public Utilites will consider awarding more than a half a million dollars to Princeton University Thursday morning during the board’s public meeting.
An agenda listing items to be considered at the meeting was released on Tuesday. The item lists “Clean Energy Program Authorization of Commercial and Industrial Program Energy Efficiency Incentives Exceeding $500,000 – Princeton University.”
“The Board will consider Staff’s recommendation for award of an over $500,000 incentive for Princeton University,” is also listed as part of the agenda item.
More information was not available on Wednesday. The agenda does not provide any background for items or links to supporting documents. A docket search on the BPU website also did not produce any background documents. When Planet Princeton made an inquiry with the press officer for the Board of Public Utilities, he told the reporter to attend the meeting Thursday and said he could provide more information after the public meeting if needed.
The public can listen to the meeting via teleconference at +1 646 558 8656 – Webinar ID: 934 2119 5636. The meeting begins at 10 a.m., but begins first with an executive session.