Throughout 2017, you took action, sent letters, and made your voice heard.
You accomplished so much and truly made an impact on New Jersey’s move toward clean, renewable energy.
We applaud your hard work and dedication, and thank you for joining us in re-thinking energy in New Jersey.
|Urged our next governor to go clean, green, and renewable
1,000 people urged the candidates for governor to set the bar much higher on clean, renewable energy. (more)
|Asked the Legislature to support 80% renewable energy in NJ by 2050
The Senate passed the bill, but the Assembly must still act. (more)
|Added thousands of supporters on Facebook and Twitter
With more than 4,000 supporters on Twitter and nearly 20,000 likes on Facebook, our message of clean, renewable energy is traveling further than ever.
|Welcomed bigger and bigger crowds at our events
Not only did we add supporters online, but in-person as well! Thank you to all who came out to support renewables and oppose unneeded pipelines.
|Encouraged the NJDEP to reject PennEast’s permit application
The NJDEP denied PennEast’s illegal application because they did not have the necessary approval from most landowners along the proposed route or data about environmental impacts. (more)
|Told the Pinelands Commission that the SRL pipeline is not needed
More than 400 concerned NJ residents told the Pinelands Commission that the SRL pipeline is unneeded and does not comply with the Pinelands Comprehensive Management Plan. (more)
|Stood with mothers in Trenton to demand a clean energy future
“There’s nothing more important for us to leave our children and grandchildren than a cleaner earth.” (more)
|Reminded Governor-Elect Murphy of his pledge to achieve 100% clean energy in New Jersey
1,000 people (and counting!) sent a letter to Govoner-elect Phil Murphy and his transition team to remind them of their promises make New Jersey a leader in renewable energy. (more)
In 2018, we want to continue our success… and we need all the help we can get. Click to share with others all you did for renewable energy this year.