Newsletter: NJ Stands Up to PennEast Pipeline

Posted July 14, 2017

NJ DEP Denies PennEast Permits

In April, NJDEP found PennEast’s application to be incomplete and told the company it had 60 days to address the problems and re-submit it. PennEast sought a 60-day extension last week but has been denied and the application was rejected. Read more.


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Editorial: Run Out the Clock on the PennEast Pipeline

By Asbury Park Press
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Watch: Mothers Demand a Clean Energy Future

By ReThinkEnergyNJ

By the Numbers

  • 7

    … hours that a gas fire burned following a gas leak in Fairlawn, NJ. The utility company was unable to turn off the gas and firefighters were forced to fight the fire using water. Residents had suspected a leak for some time. (CBS News) Read more.

  • 13

    …new microgrids will be set up by the NJ BPU to power the state in the event of an emergency. In addition, the microgrids will also make the buildings they power more energy efficient. (Times of Trenton) Read more.

  • 100%

    …by 2035 is the commitment to renewable energy that the U.S. Conference of Mayors made last Monday, which would cut emissions by 619 metric tons, equal to 180 coal-fired power plants. (Inside Climate News) Read more.


Renewables Outpace Nuclear Power Plants

By NJ Herald
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On the Business Case for Renewables

By Union of Concerned Scientists
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