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Christie Admin Wants Tougher Penalties When Utilities Are Slow to Restore Service

Thursday, September 06, 2012

The state’s four electric utilities would face stiffer penalties if they fail to quickly implement restoration plans in the event of severe storms, according to a recommendation introduced by the Christie administration. The governor wants the Legislature to move rapidly on the proposal, enacting it into law this fall.

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Plastic v. Paper: NJ Legislature Readies to Tackle Battle of the Bags

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

They supermarket debate of paper vs. plastic could get complicated, and costly. Seven bills currently pending in the New Jersey Legislature call for a ban or fees on plastic grocery bags.

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Agency Approves Expanding Natural Gas Pipeline Through Jersey Wetlands

Thursday, August 02, 2012

A much-contested natural gas pipeline expansion project in northern New Jersey cleared an important hurdle yesterday when the Federal Regulatory Energy Commission found it would have no significant impact on the environment if constructed.

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Despite Dim Projections, Solar Installations Boom in NJ

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Despite all the gloom and doom talk about the solar sector, New Jersey installed more solar systems in the first three months of the year than any other state in the nation.

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State Agency Proposes Natural Gas Pipeline Through Liberty State Park

Monday, April 16, 2012

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A Spectra Energy pipeline project is one of several natural gas pipeline proposed — spurred by the discovery of large fossil fuel deposits in Pennsylvania and New York.  The plan to have it connect through Liberty State Park on its way to New York City has generated much controversy.

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Mastering NJ's Energy

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Tom Johnson is the co-founder of NJ Spotlight, where he covers energy and the environment. As the Christie administration holds hearings on the draft of the Energy Master Plan, he looks at the plan and New Jersey's energy future.

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