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31 officials urge DEP to reject PennEast’s pipeline permit application

31 officials urge DEP to reject PennEast’s pipeline permit application

CRISTINA ROJAS / NJ.COM - Officials from more than a dozen towns are urging the state's environmental agency [go to article]

NJ’s top two utilities could do more to help customers cut energy use, costs

NJ’s top two utilities could do more to help customers cut energy use, costs

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - New Jersey’s two biggest electric utilities are not measuring up to their counterparts in other states [go to article]

Offshore drilling would begin with a literal bang

DAN RADEL / COURIER-POST - The new oil rush in the Atlantic has officially begun. With an executive order, President Trump in April [go to article]

Murphy calls for permanent ban on fracking in Delaware River basin

Murphy calls for permanent ban on fracking in Delaware River basin

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - In an announcement with significant implications, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Phil Murphy [go to article]

Outlook for Clean Energy budget: Dollars fall, diversions to continue

Outlook for Clean Energy budget: Dollars fall, diversions to continue

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - The state’s budget for funding clean energy is shrinking once again. The Office of Clean Energy [go to article]

Editorial: We must fight any plan to drill off the Jersey Shore

Editorial: We must fight any plan to drill off the Jersey Shore

NJBIZ - Drilling for oil and natural gas off the coast of New Jersey is a bad idea that never goes away. Former President [go to article]

How N.J. lost its lead on offshore wind

How N.J. lost its lead on offshore wind

SAQIB RAHIM / E&E NEWS - When five wind turbines went live off the Rhode Island coast last December, it left some in New Jersey envious [go…

Garden State solar sector continues to heat up, though clouds on horizon

Garden State solar sector continues to heat up, though clouds on horizon

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - New Jersey’s solar sector continues to grow despite some warnings [go to article]

Editorial: Economy kills off these 2 coal-burning power plants

Editorial: Economy kills off these 2 coal-burning power plants

TIMES OF TRENTON - What environmentalists have been trying to do for years, market forces have finally accomplished for them: the closing [go to article]

Pinelands Commission sets process for review of Southern Reliability Link pipeline

DAVID LEVINSKY / BURLINGTON COUNTY TIMES - The New Jersey Pinelands Commission is preparing to begin its review of another controversial [go to article]

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