Press Release: New Jersey League of Municipalities Recommends that a Municipality Should Consider Using EnergySolve’s New Jersey Energy Tracking System as Part of its Energy Policy

The Great Seal of the State of New Jersey.

The Great Seal of the State of New Jersey. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Somerset, NJ August 5, 2013 – The New Jersey League of Municipalities has published an “Electrical
Energy Policy Primer for New Jersey Municipalities
” to provide guidance to its members when developing an energy policy.  In the section on Energy Efficiency & Conservation, it states on page 11:

The New Jersey Energy TrackingSystem (NJETS) is another program that municipalities should consider.  The NJETS allows municipalities to track their electricity and water consumption online.
The program saves money by making the handling of utility bills easier and by improving the management of facilities. The program is revenue neutral because the cost of the program is taken
out of the savings produced.  The State of New Jersey has already gone to bid for NJETS’ services, so municipalities can sign up for the NJETS without going through a separate bidding process.

“The NJETS is being used to manage energy in all facilities of New Jersey State Departments as well as New Jersey Transit, and a number of municipalities and school districts,”  according to the CEO of EnergySolve Mr. S. Lynn Sutcliffe whose News Jersey based company  powers the system.  Mr. Sutcliffe expressed appreciation to the League for recommending that municipalities consider the NJETS in its Energy Primer.

Not only does the NJ ETS save money and improve management of facilities, it also promotes sustainability according to Sustainable Jersey which awards priority points to municipalities that use the NJETS.  Sustainable Jersey has pointed out that – since EnergySolve LLC is an official ENERGY STAR partner,  they have a cooperative agreement that provides for automatic exporting of all the data they collect directly into ESPM [Energy Star Portfolio Manager].  Since ESPM is free, the combination of using NJ ETS and ESPM provides the dual benefits of benchmarking (through ESPM) and cost savings (through NJETS). 

As the Deputy Mayor of Maplewood, Kathleen M. Leventhal, recently explained:  “Reporting to Sustainable Jersey for 2013 will be a piece of cake.  All the data has been entered each month into the Energy Tracking System from bills sent to EnergySolve by the utilities, reviewed for accuracy,
approved for payment, paid, and registered as paid in Maplewood’s accounting system automatically.  In August of this year they will literally only have to push a button to generate the annual report for Sustainable Jersey.”

For more information, please contact Mr. S. Lynn Sutcliffe, CEO of EnergySolve by email or phone at 848.565.1213 or Mr. Alan Harris, Director of Business Development, by email at or phone at 732.748.4295

About EnergySolve

EnergySolve is a utility bill outsourcing company that provides electronic utility bill auditing, tariff analysis, late fee avoidance, and flexible bill payment solutions that create significant cost savings for our customers. Our Utility Bill Analytic Reporting (UBAR) system captures important energy information that enables our customers to better manage their energy and other utility spend. EnergySolve’s energy management consulting services assists customers in the development of an energy and utility management strategy to procure energy at the most advantageous cost without increasing risk.

Since 1986, our employees have helped customers reduce energy costs through innovative energy solutions. These solutions have significantly reduced energy consumption in over 1,000 facilities throughout the United States and have produced hundreds of millions of dollars in savings for our customers. We focus on providing multi-facility customers with a web-enabled Bill Outsourcing Platform that provides the information and services they need to drive down operating


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