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The New Jersey Senate Community and Urban Affairs signed off on a bill to bar any state agency from mandating electric heating or water heating systems in homes and businesses.

While the bipartisan S-4133 prohibits a mandate, it does not bar anyone from using electric heat or water heating systems. It also allows state agencies to offer incentives to install an electric heat or electric water heater.

The article goes on to state the following:

“State agencies have no business dictating how residents heat their homes or live their lives,” state Sen. Steve Oroho, R-Sussex, said in a statement. “In some cases, the convenience of electricity may make sense, but homeowners and businesses should be able to make their own choices without government forcing them to do it.


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7 COMMENTS

  1. I don’t know how many people remember when years ago the power companies pushed for all electric homes and a lot of people fell for it and now there are still quite a few still around, but the cost to heat them is astronomical and the average family has to get supplemental heat in order to stay warm.

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