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Posted February 16, 2018

Conservation Groups Challenge Federal Certificate for PennEast Pipeline

“FERC ignored volumes of evidence from experts demonstrating that the region PennEast purports to be serving has more than enough gas and that the PennEast pipeline is not needed,” said Tom Gilbert, campaign director, NJ Conservation. “There is clearly no benefit to this proposed project, yet PennEast has already started the eminent domain process to take property from more than 100 landowners in New Jersey alone.” Take Action.


NJ PennEast stop pipeline

New Jersey DEP Rejects PennEast’s Water Permit Application – Again 

By The Morning Call 
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Eminent Domain PennEast violate NJ pipeline

Watch: PennEast Threatens to Use Eminent Domain to Take Preserved Land

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By the Numbers

  • $1.5B

    …of New Jersey’s Clean Energy Fund was used to plug budget gaps by Gov. Christie. (NorthJersey.com) Read more.

  • 100+

    …homes and properties being taken through eminent domain by PennEast. (WFMZ) Read more.

  • 3,500

    …megawatts of offshore wind energy generation is Gov. Murphy’s goal by 2030. (NJBIZ) Read more.


greener cleaner NJ energy health

A Cleaner, Greener New Jersey

By CentralJersey.com
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wind and solar NJ clean energy Governor Murphy

Phil Murphy Jump-Starts a Windmill Energy Program Christie Shelved 

By NJ.com
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