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Out of consensus and contention, an energy-efficiency portfolio emerges

Out of consensus and contention, an energy-efficiency portfolio emerges

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - Worried that the state is not doing enough to curb energy use, an initiative to promote [go to article]

Booker, Menendez highlight PennEast concerns in letter to regulator

KEVIN SHEA / NJ.COM - As a key environmental report on the billion dollar PennEast pipeline project looms, New Jersey's two United [go to article]

Environmental groups call for permanent fracking ban along Delaware River watershed

Environmental groups call for permanent fracking ban along Delaware River watershed

FRANK KUMMER / PHILLY.COM - A large coalition of environmental groups is urging the Delaware River Basin Commission to permanently ban [go to article]

Cyclical slowdown may be dimming New Jersey’s solar expansion

WHYY NEWSWORKS - Nationwide employment in the solar industry increased 25 percent last year, but solar employment in New Jersey fell 15 percent. Although plenty of projects [listen to…

DRBC says it’s still weighing gas drilling rules, but no decision on the horizon

JON HURDLE / STATEIMPACT PENNSYLVANIA - The Delaware River Basin Commission is continuing to examine rules that might allow natural gas drilling in the basin [go to article]

Offshore wind bids for NY and MA, sector remains becalmed in NJ

Offshore wind bids for NY and MA, sector remains becalmed in NJ

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - The energy potential of offshore wind continues to lure developers to the waters off the [go to article]

PennEast pipeline partner will buy PSE&G’s shares

JIM DEEGAN / LEHIGHVALLEYLIVE.COM - One of the six companies that has partnered on the $1 billion PennEast [go to article]

The Pinelands pipeline: A conversation with former Gov. Jim Florio

The Pinelands pipeline: A conversation with former Gov. Jim Florio

DAVE D'ALESSANDRO / STAR-LEDGER - The Pinelands Pipeline debate has taken a long and tortured path through courtrooms and public hearings [go to article]

New Jersey’s largest utility company looking to sell its stake in PennEast

New Jersey’s largest utility company looking to sell its stake in PennEast

CHRISTINA TATU / MORNING CALL - New Jersey's largest utility is trying to sell its stake in PennEast's proposed [go to article]

Wind power blows through nuclear, coal as costs drop at sea

Wind power blows through nuclear, coal as costs drop at sea

JESS SHANKLEMAN and BRIAN PARKIN / BLOOMBERG - Water and electric power plants don’t mix well naturally, unless [go to article]

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