Newsletter: PennEast Under Fire From EPA, NJ Rate Counsel

Posted September 22, 2016

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

Thank You…

Together we submitted more than 3,000 comments to FERC during the public comment period on PennEast. The majority of these comments opposed the project, and we sent a strong message that this pipeline is not needed and not wanted in New Jersey!

Stay tuned for next steps on how you can help stop PennEast.

In the News

New Jersey Government Agencies Add Their Voices to PennEast Project 

By Tom Johnson, NJ Spotlight 

Several government agencies have questioned the need for and significant aspects of the PennEast project… The comments from state and federal agencies repeatedly decry a significant lack of information and unanswered questions…” Read more.

Watch: Proposed PennEast Pipeline Threatens Critical Wildlife Habitats

In Other Pipeline News


Renewable Energy Now Accounts for 30% of Global Power

By Joshua S. Hill, Clean Technica

According to a new report from the World Energy Council, renewable energy now accounts for over 30% of the total global installed power generation capacity, and 23% of total global electricity production. Read more.

In Other Renewable Energy News

By the Numbers

Source: Clean Technica

  • $286 billion
    Amount invested into new renewable energy capacity in 2015, a new record.
  • 164
    Number of countries with renewable energy support policies in place. 
  • 30
    Percent of total global power generation capacity today.

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