Cleaning the air in the Garden State means using cleaner fuels for transportation. While motor vehicle manufacturers are developing more low-emission vehicles, the real question is, how will these be powered? Will they be plug-in electric vehicles, compressed natural gas vehicles, or something else all together? Should private entities be building these non-gasoline fueling stations of the future? Should ratepayers be shouldering the cost? What role should the government play?
The Professional Podcasts Division of the Lubetkin Media Companies produced this video for NJSpotlight’s latest roundtable discussion, “Building New Jersey’s Infrastructure for a Clean Fuel Future,” held November 15 at Rider University in Lawrenceville.
Mary Barber, Director Smart Power Initiatives, Environmental DefenseFund
Chuck Feinberg, Chairman & President, NJ Clean Cities Coalition
Robert Gibbs, Manager, Market Strategy & Development, PSE&G
Joseph Rende, Regional Director, Trillium CNG
Moderator: Tom Johnson, energy and environment editor, NJSpotlight.com
You can watch the video in the player below, or purchase a DVD in our online store.