Newsletter: New Report Shows No Need For Pinelands Pipeline

Posted August 11, 2017

Report Shows No Need For Pinelands Pipeline

The $180 million Southern Reliability Link pipeline, which would run from Chesterfield to Lakehurst, is an ineffective solution in search of a problem that doesn’t exist, according to a new report from Skipping Stone, a Boston-based energy consultant. Read More.


Does New Jersey Need PennEast? Don’t Ask the Companies Behind It.

By The Times of Trenton
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WATCH: A Gas Company Wants to Build a Pipeline Through the Pinelands

By ReThinkEnergyNJ

By the Numbers

  • $4.5B

    … is the purchase price of the nation’s largest wind farm in Oklahoma. A major utility company announced its intention to purchase the site, a strong signal of continued growth for renewables even under Trump. Read more.

  • 2

    …new FERC commissioners, nominated by Trump, were confirmed recently. This means FERC has a quorum of voting Commissioners and can begin to approve projects once again. Read more.

  • $200B

    …is the amount JPMorgan Chase plans to finance in clean energy projects by 2025. That’s an average of $25 billion per year. The investments will help other companies and governments accelerate their transition to low carbon economies. Read more.


Tom Gilbert: Efficiency Will Reduce Emissions, Create Jobs                   

By The Record
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Can Congress Help New Jersey’s Offshore Wind Industry Get Cranking?

By NJ Spotlight
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