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Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Energy

Electric car charger

If electric car charging spots were as common as Wawa more people would drive...

LARRY HIGGS / NJ.COM - Electric cars that once ruled the road when autos were in their infancy in the early twentieth century could be poised [go to article]
electric vehicle charging station

New state effort to ramp up electric vehicle usage

TOM JOHNSON / NJ ENVIRONMENT - The state is moving to tackle one of its toughest climate action goals: putting 330,000 electric vehicles [go to article]
wind turbine, new jersey energy

President’s windmill hatred is a worry for booming industry

WASHINGTON POST / ELLEN KNICKMEYER and RODRIQUE NGOWI - The winds are blowing fair for America’s wind power industry, making it one [go to article]
solar energy, new jersey

Developers line up to take part in solar program for low- and moderate-income communities

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - A pilot program to expand the availability of solar energy to low- and moderate-income households is proving to be immensely attractive [go to article]
Raritan Bay Williams Transco pipeline

NJ’s decision deadline on Transco natural gas pipeline enhancement pushed back a month

BOB MAKIN / MYCENTRALJERSEY.COM - The state Department of Environmental Protection has extended the application deadline another month for permits [go to article]
NJ Transit bus

Dirty diesel buses need to go. NJ Transit must move faster to all-electric, advocates...

LARRY HIGGS / NJ.COM - Diesel buses stink and even worse, the fumes make respiratory illnesses worse in urban areas, said a group of advocates [go to article]
new jersey solar power, wind energy

BPU urged to delve into cost impacts of energy plan

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - The final public hearing on a draft energy master plan for New Jersey closed yesterday with more questions than answers amid complaints [go to article]
pipeline, energy, natural gas, new jersey

U.S. court says PennEast can’t condemn state-owned property in New Jersey. What does it...

CHRISTINA TATU / THE MORNING CALL - In a decision that could have implications for Pennsylvania landowners in the path of PennEast’s $1 billion natural gas pipeline [go to article]
solar, wind energy

Gas plants will get crushed by wind, solar by 2035, study says

DAVID R. BAKER / BLOOMBERG - Natural gas-fired power plants, which have crushed the economics of coal, are on the path to being undercut themselves by renewable [go to article]
new jersey environment news, Trump

Your electric bills would rise under Trump plan that could help coal industry

JONATHAN D. SALANT / NJ.COM - Electric rates for New Jersey homeowners could rise more than $4 a month under a Trump administration proposal [go to article]

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