LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston mayor and council announced on Monday that Gabel Associates has been selected as the energy advisor for the township’s energy aggregation program.
Mayor Ed Meinhardt thanked Councilman Shawn Klein for bringing energy aggregation to the council’s attention during his own term as mayor and for continuing to be diligent in the search process for the best advisor. He said that adopting an energy aggregation program in Livingston will be a win-win for the township, the state and the environment.
“We were very confident in the presentation that Gabel made to us,” said Meinhardt. “We have done our due diligence with other towns that have also selected [Gabel], and we find them to be very substantial and doing everything according to proper rules and regulations. We are looking forward to not only saving our residents a few dollars every month, but bringing in Made in New Jersey sustainable green energy into Livingston and into the homes of our residents.”
After adopting an ordinance in September to authorize the establishment of an energy aggregation program in Livingston, the council heard proposals from several companies, and recently narrowed it down to two.
Gabel Associates, based out of Highland Park, hosted a public question-and-answer session during the Jan. 22 council meeting that impressed the council. To read more about Gabel and its proposal for Livingston’s energy aggregation program, click on the headlines below:
Gabel Associates Continues Dialogue on Energy Aggregation Program in Livingston