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JCP&L gets nod to build high-voltage line in Morris County

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - The state yesterday approved plans to build a high-voltage transmission line through parts of Morris [go to article]

FERC, pipelines and climate change: Revolution in progress?

FERC, pipelines and climate change: Revolution in progress?

ELLEN M. GILMER and HANNAH NORTHEY / E&E NEWS - The Trump administration is grappling with how best to weigh the climate impacts [go to article]

Does Keystone XL permitting decision spell the end of oil trains? Not quite

CURTIS TATE / NORTHJERSEY.COM - Will Nebraska’s decision to approve a permit for the controversial Keystone XL pipeline signal the end [go to article]

Commentary: New Jersey’s new governor campaigned on a robust clean energy plan. Let’s get started.

MARY BARBER / ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE FUND - The election of Phil Murphy as New Jersey’s next governor represents an opportunity [go to article]

Gilbert: Can’t afford clean energy? Think again

TOM GILBERT / APP.COM - Most of us here in New Jersey — 89 percent, according to recent polls — want clean, renewable energy [go to article]

PJM takes wraps off plan to prop up prices for nuclear coal power

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - The regional grid operator yesterday unveiled a proposal to push up energy prices for power producers [go to article]

NJ lawmakers ask EPA to waive ethanol rule for local gasoline

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - Top legislative leaders in New Jersey are pressing federal environmental officials to waive rules [go to article]

With Chris Christie gone, wind energy may pick up speed in New Jersey

With Chris Christie gone, wind energy may pick up speed in New Jersey

DINO GRANDONI / WASHINGTON POST - For years, New Jersey’s blustery Republican governor, Chris Christie, has slowed efforts to cultivate wind farms [go to article]

New regional initiative – RGGI for transportation sector

New regional initiative – RGGI for transportation sector

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - A new regional initiative is taking shape among Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states to curb carbon pollution [go to article]

New gas pipeline capacity sharply exceeds consumption, report says

JON HURDLE / STATEIMPACT - Charges that the U.S. pipeline industry is building far more natural gas pipelines than it needs are being fueled [go to article]

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