Your term paper should address a significant issue of current interest in Draft 2019 Energy Master Plan – NJ.gov Available at https://nj.gov/emp/pdf/Draft%202019%20EMP%20Final.pdf (Links to an external site.) . (16 points) The purpose of the research term paper is to identify and summarize clearly the current state of knowledge on an energy policy topic for the state of New Jersey. You should write clearly, rely on well-established facts, and present your material in a logical manner. The suggested format for a 6-8 page term paper (excluding bibliography) is: Introduction and Background Policy and Societal Issues Findings and Discussions Conclusion and Future Ahead Bibliography (at least 6 -10 published or internet-based sources) Focus your topic. For example, not “Renewable energy issues,” but maybe “energy accessibility from renewable energy issues in New Jersey” or “New Jersey’s community solar pilot program issues and concerns”. This will also require you to identify any gaps, discrepancies, or uncertainties in the information used as a basis for your conclusions and include your findings. Your paper is expected to review the state of the art on the topic and do some analysis and assessment that add insight to the topic. The paper should be about 2000-2500 words long, the equivalent of about 6-8 pages of double-spaced, standard-sized text without a bibliography. However, your paper may range from 2000-3500 words (excluding bibliography) without penalty. Papers longer or shorter than these limits will be penalized a few points. Your writing submissions will be submitted to Turnitin.com intended to verify that you have not plagiarized others’ work and have cited sources well.