Sharp divisions over nuclear, natural gas in state’s new energy plan

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TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT – If New Jersey is going to achieve a 100 percent clean-energy future, it must stop investing in fossil-fuel infrastructure projects, according to environmentalists and other advocates.

At the opening hearing on drafting a new state energy master plan, strategies for reducing emissions that contribute to climate change figured prominently in how the state can reach the 100 percent clean-energy goal by 2050.

But how the Murphy administration defines clean energy is likely to influence the energy mix for New Jersey over the next three decades …

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