Consumer willingness to pay for community solar in New Jersey

Sydney Oluoch, Pankaj Lal, Anthony Bevacqua, Bernabas Wolde

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Clean energy policy and technology are important in reducing the impacts of greenhouse gases. Understanding location community solar and expected benefits is vital for successful policy optimization. We assess public preferences for community solar programs with attributes such as land-use array, proximity, reduction of fossil fuel generation, environmental quality, and energy cost savings in New Jersey. There is preference for development of community solar in commercial areas, followed by landfills, and farmlands.

Original languageEnglish
Article number107006
JournalElectricity Journal
Issue number8
StatePublished - Oct 2021


  • Commercial buildings
  • Community solar
  • Farmlands
  • Land use array
  • Landfills


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