Usually at this time of year, all of the talk under the golden dome is budget related. However, the legislature has parted with the usual budget break to continue legislative committees and a voting session to consider hotly contested bills before the traditional budget negotiations begin. On Thursday, April 5, both the Senate and […]
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The Senate Environment and Energy Committee should not support the creation of new energy programs until the costs and the amount of funding they will need has been specified, the New Jersey Business & Industry Association (NJBIA) said today. S-359 would create the Clean Energy Technology Center and Alternative and Clean Energy Investment Trust Fund, […]
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) released on June 6 the FY18 Straw Proposal for NJ’s Clean Energy Program (CEP) Comprehensive Resource Analysis (CRA) and the proposed FY18 program budgets and compliance filings for stakeholder and public input. Through the CRA process, the CEP funding levels for energy efficient and Class I renewable […]
Note: An earlier version of this story incorrectly identified the project as the PennEast pipeline. The New Jersey Pinelands Commission today approved a controversial natural gas pipeline from Millville to an energy plant in Upper Township in Cape May. The 9-5 vote, with one abstention, came as environmental protesters held signs and called on commissioners to […]