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Friday, December 14, 2018


new jersey environment news, Trump

Opinion: We’ll fight the Trump administration’s assault on clean energy

BRIAN FROSH / THE HILL - As attorneys general, my colleagues Lisa Madigan of Illinois, Karl Racine of the District of Columbia, Matt Denn of Delaware and Gurbir Grewal of New Jersey [go to article]
PennEast Pipeline protest sign

Nearly a year after federal approval, PennEast Pipeline still faces uphill battle

CHRISTINA TATU / MORNING CALL - Nearly a year after getting a federal nod for a natural gas pipeline, PennEast still has a way to go before it can begin construction [go to article]
Murphy at Princeton Andlinger Center

Gov. Murphy urges new technologies in PU Andlinger speech

DONALD GILPIN / TOWN TOPICS - Delivering the keynote address in a daylong conference on clean energy technologies that brought together leaders from the worlds [go to article]
offshore wind turbine installation

New Jersey in the right place to reap benefits of emerging offshore-wind sector

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - By 2030, more than 10,000 megawatts of electricity could be produced from wind turbines located along the Eastern Seaboard [go to article]

Job creation, pollution at odds in hearing on controversial compressor station

RAVEN SANTANA / NJTV NEWS - About 100 environmental activists gathered at Franklin High School to protest the construction of a compressor station in Franklin Township [go to article/video]
pipeline, energy, natural gas, new jersey

Judge weighs other courts’ pro-pipeline rulings before before PennEast decision

JON HURDLE / NJ SPOTLIGHT - Will U.S. District Judge Brian Martinotti finally allow PennEast onto multiple parcels of private land to survey for its controversial [go to article]
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The devil is in the details of community solar plan

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - The state wants to give low- and moderate-income families, mostly left out of the clean energy transformation occurring in New Jersey [go to article]
pipeline, new jersey environment

NJ’s gas pipes spring 10,000 leaks a year. They get more dangerous with age

JAMES NASH / NORTHJERSEY.COM - In the past 20 years, explosions along New Jersey's labyrinthine network of natural-gas pipelines have killed five people [go to article]
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BPU edges closer to smart meters, asks utilities for cost-benefit analyses

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - Most of the country has embraced smart meters, but not New Jersey. With the state charting a green energy future [go to article]
New Jersey environment, energy, electricity

Power grid found to be reliable but future possible risks identified

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - The nation’s largest power grid can withstand extended periods of stressed conditions and remain reliable [go to article]

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