Newsletter: PennEast Delayed for Third Time

Posted February 3, 2017

A look at the latest news, facts and figures on fossil fuels, pipelines, renewable energy, energy efficiency and progress on stopping the PennEast pipeline. 

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In the News

FERC Issues Third Delay for PennEast

By Tom Johnson, NJ Spotlight

FERC announced that its deadline for reviewing the 118-mile, pipeline has changed from February 17 to April 7. Read more.

In Other Pipeline News

Action Alert!
Tell the Pinelands Commission to reject the proposed SJ Gas pipeline.
Send a letter to oppose SJG pipeline.



Trump Creates Uncertainty for Wind, Solar Power

By Cathy Bussewitz and Geoff Mulvihill, The Seattle Times

Alternative energy like solar power is getting cheaper and more competitive with traditional sources, but experts don’t expect pro-renewable policies from a Trump administration. Read more.

In Other Renewable Energy News

By The Numbers

  • 49
    Days that FERC’s Environmental Impact Statement on the PennEast pipeline has been delayed, from February 17 to April 7. Read more.
  • 100+
    Residents who stood out in the freezing rain in protest of the South Jersey Gas pipeline, unable to enter the Pinelands Commission meeting due to space limitations. Read more.
  • 29
    States that have committed to meeting their renewable energy goals in the face of the impending federal policy changes. Read more.

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