Experts discover innovative ways to reduce state’s carbon footprint

Wednesday, Sep 13, 2017
by Briana Vannozzi, NJTV Correspondent

At 271 years young, Princeton University is New Jersey’s oldest college, so it probably doesn’t come to mind when you think of cutting-edge infrastructure. But, the campus is actually leading the state with its comprehensive clean energy programs and design.

The college upgraded the heating and cooling system, replaced lighting and improved its aging building stock. A sign that the more than $3 billion New Jersey poured into energy savings projects across the state is working. Learn more about NJ's clean energy program.