Citing violations of two key federal laws, New Jersey conservation groups formally asked the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals to throw out FERC’s issuance of a certificate for the proposed PennEast pipeline.
FERC’s latest failure on PennEast was “not the product of reasoned decision-making,” according to one FERC commissioner who dissented on the ruling.
Calling the ruling a perfect example of FERC’s fundamentally flawed practices, New Jersey conservation groups said they will appeal the commission’s recent decision to deny multiple requests for rehearing and motions for stay of the controversial PennEast pipeline project.
Our Campaign Director Tom Gilbert’s recently published Op-Ed in The Star-Ledger details how New Jersey needs to move away from outdated fossil fuel infrastructure, and toward clean, renewable energy.
Suggested amendments to FERC processes would prevent unneeded projects like proposed PennEast pipeline.
Our Campaign Director, Tom Gilbert, was recently featured on NBC-NY, shedding light on the dangers of PennEast pipeline.
In May, Gov. Murphy signed the landmark clean energy bill with the goal of achieving 50% renewable energy by 2030.
PennEast’s emissions would equal that of 10 million passenger or 14 coal plants.
On May 23rd, Governor Murphy signed a historic clean energy bill that requires 50% renewable energy by 2030. He also announced an executive order to develop a plan to achieve 100% clean energy by 2050.
The sweeping legislation Gov. Murphy signed into law today will reduce harmful emissions and restore the state’s leadership on clean energy.