Newsletter: NJ Legislators Call for NJDEP to Reject PennEast Now

Posted May 17, 2017

Bipartisan Legislators Call on NJDEP to Reject PennEast Pipeline

U.S. Representative Bonnie Watson Coleman, along with other state and local officials, homeowners and conservation leaders said there are flaws in the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s review of pipelines, including PennEast. Read more.


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Opinion: Flawed Federal Reviews of PennEast Pipeline Ignores Risks

By The Times of Trenton
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Williams-Transco Destroy Burlington Co. Wildlife Habitat

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By the Numbers

  • 100%

    Last week senators introduced an “ambitious” piece of climate legislation that would help build a 100 percent renewable energy economy by 2050. Read more.

  • 1325MW

    …of battery storage facilities are being built in California. The state is pioneering the largest renewable energy storage efforts in the country. Read more.

  • 9.4 million

    …jobs in the renewable energy sector across the globe. This 5 percent increase from 2015 demonstrates the strength of the industry. Read more.


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Trump Puts Critic of Renewables in Charge of Renewable Energy Office

By The Washington Post
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Alternative Energy Jobs Power New Jersey Employment Sector

By TapInto Franklin Township
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