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Nation’s oldest nuke plant to close ahead of schedule

ALEX N. GECAN and ERIK LARSEN / USA TODAY - The nation’s oldest active nuclear power plant will shut down in October — more than a year ahead of schedule [go to article]
Wind energy

Gov. Phil Murphy orders swift action to harness offshore wind for power

DUSTIN RACIOPPi and SCOTT FALLON / NORTHJERSEY.COM - Gov. Phil Murphy ordered his administration Wednesday to develop an offshore wind plan [go to article]
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Murphy: New Jersey backs ban on fracking

DAVID DANZIS / NJ HERALD - New Jersey will join Pennsylvania, New York and Delaware in support of a ban on hydraulic fracturing in the Delaware River Basin [go to article]
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NJ Conservation Foundation outlines plan to halt PennEast pipeline

MICHAEL ARON / NJTV - The controversial PennEast Pipeline through Hunterdon County has gotten a conditional go-ahead from the federal government [go to article]
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State takes first tentative steps toward energy efficiency standard

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - The state is getting more serious about conserving how much gas and electricity its residents and businesses use [go to article]
Salem Nuclear Power Plant

NJ files new legislation recognizing nuclear benefits

WORLD NUCLEAR NEWS - New Jersey legislators have filed an amended version of a bill that would recognise the environmental and fuel diversity attributes [go to article]
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Gov. Murphy’s advisors say clean energy first priority

MICHELLE BRUNETTI POST / PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY - Governor Phil Murphy's Environment and Energy Transition Advisory Committee says the administration's first [go to article]
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Uncertain forecast for NJ solar industry in wake of federal tariffs

DAVID CRUZ / NJTV NEWS - With such a reliable main source, the solar industry has had a hard time growing in New Jersey. The industry has had as many dark days as sunny [go to article]
Solar panels on rooftop in Secaucus NJ

Companies are riding the renewable energy wave but skipping other energy-saving measures

KEN SILVERSTEIN / FORBES - Sun Chemical is now deploying onsite and offsite renewable energy programs as a way to cut electricity costs and to improve environmental [go to article]
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Revised nuclear subsidy bill appears back on legislative track

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT - A bill to provide subsidies to New Jersey's nuclear power plants appeared to get back on legislative track yesterday with the addition [go to article]

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