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An established trade association representing a unified voice for New Jersey's wholesale power generators since 1992

EXPERIENCE

For over two decades, IEPNJ has actively advanced its members interests, striving to encourage the development and operation of a stable, competitive power generation industry

SUCCESS

IEPNJ has achieved a wide range of accomplishments by working proactively and cooperatively with regulatory and legislative leaders throughout the State

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INDEPENDENT ENERGY PRODUCERS OF NEW JERSEY

Founded in 1992, the Independent Energy Producers of New Jersey (IEPNJ) is a trade association that represents New Jersey’s wholesale electric power generators. 

Through proactive engagement and collaborative dialogue with State agencies, IEPNJ strives to maintain the competitive nature of the power generation industry in a sustainable and environmentally sound manner. 

The organization provides an active forum for advocacy and problem-solving for the industry.  For over two decades, IEPNJ has provided strong value to the generation industry in New Jersey, coupling asset protection with the creation of open market opportunities.  

The organization is highly experienced at developing effective solutions to energy issues that recognize ever-changing market realities and public policy.  

MEMBERSHIP

Members include companies that provide electricity for on site use in New Jersey industrial and commercial facilities.

Members also supply to local and National corporations that sell electricity into the wholesale market for purchase by the state’s utilities, which in turn, sell that power to New Jersey homes and businesses.

ADVOCACY

Since 1992, IEPNJ has played a pivotal role in shaping the laws and policies that affect New Jersey's power industry

NEWS ALERTS

IEPNJ ensures that members receive timely alerts about issues and events that impact power producers in New Jersey

POLICY

IEPNJ promotes policies that encourage the responsible development of resources needed to meet NJ's electricity demands