Newsletter: They Listened! Nuclear Bill Delayed.

Posted March 2, 2018

You Made Your Voice Heard, and New Jersey Listened. 

The Nuclear Bill Has Been Delayed

Stopping the bill from moving forward provides more time to convince lawmakers to revise key provisions, to ensure transparent review of the need for nuclear subsidies and effective policies to advance renewables and energy efficiency. Gov. Murphy has pledged to move New Jersey toward 100% clean energy, and we need the right policies in place to get there. Take Action.


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