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Wednesday, August 21, 2019


pipeline, new jersey environment news

Environmental groups cheer expected demise of South Jersey Gas pipeline

DAVID LEVINSKY / BURLINGTON COUNTY TIMES - Environmental groups believe they are on the verge of victory in their long battle against a utility company’s plan to run [go to article]
Wind energy

Moody’s likes the look of NJ, other northeastern states, for offshore wind

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - With costs declining and a favorable regulatory environment, the U.S. offshore wind market will grow rapidly in the coming years [go to article]
electric towers and wires

JCP&L wants approval for $400m upgrades to its grid

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - Jersey Central Power & Light is asking state regulators to approve a four-year, $400 million spending plan to upgrade its electric grid [go to article]
electric vehicle charging station

Trying to spur EV in NJ with wave of fast-charging stations, rebates

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - A legislative push to kick-start the state’s lagging efforts to promote the use of electric vehicles calls for the development of hundreds [go to article]
pipeline, new jersey environment

Federal appeals panel orders DEP to redo permitting for Chesterfield compressor station

DAVID LEVINSKY / BURLINGTON COUNTY TIMES - A controversial natural gas compressor station is already running, but a panel of federal judges ruled [go to article]
offshore wind turbine installation

Offshore wind: Is the long wait over for New Jersey?

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - Fishermen’s Energy, a small, pilot offshore wind farm three miles from Atlantic City, may happen after all [go to article]
energy, lightbulbs, green, new jersey

State strategic plan looks to boost energy efficiency, cut customer costs

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - A draft four-year strategic plan for New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program suggests enhancements in how it operates will significantly increase [go to article]
electric towers and wires

Judge blocks JCP&L high-voltage line, rebukes utility on project plan

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - An administrative law judge yesterday rejected a $111 million, 10-mile, high-voltage line by Jersey Central Power & Light [go to article]
Wind energy

State advised yet again to reject offshore-wind project near Atlantic City

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - The state should once again reject a pilot offshore wind project about three miles from Atlantic City, according to a consultant [go to article]
new jersey solar power, wind energy

Opinion: Catapulting New Jersey into the clean energy future

DALE BRYK / NRDC - The New Jersey legislature is about to lay the foundation for the thriving clean energy economy that Governor Murphy envisioned in this campaign promise [go to article]

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