New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJ DEP)
New Jersey has adopted California's Advanced Clean Cars II rule, sparking relief from supporters who pushed for it to be ready for the 2027 model year.
After years of largely overlooking geothermal, New Jersey has begun an effort proponents hope will better integrate the energy source into the state’s renewable energy portfolio.
New Jersey awarded $12.7 million in grants to install electric vehicle chargers at 405 new locations, including multiunit dwellings and tourism hot spots.
New Jersey’s planned adoption of California’s Advanced Clean Car II rules stirred a heated exchange as business groups argued that the state is far from ready for a sudden surge in electric vehicle use.
New Jersey lawmakers are considering a pile of proposed laws related to clean energy as the legislature nears its summer recess.
The New Jersey Turnpike Authority agreed to put 260 chargers on the state’s main arteries, as environmental groups urged the state to adopt clean car rules.
New Jersey’s BPU and Department of Environmental Protection approved $2 million in funding to study the impact of offshore wind development on marine life.
Jersey City unveiled a new fleet of 20 Chevrolet Bolts and five electric garbage trucks in an Earth Day celebration of the city’s effort to decarbonize.
New Jersey has been slow to spend Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative funds since returning to the program but is taking steps to speed up the process.
A rest stop operator is negotiating with the New Jersey Turnpike Authority to install electric vehicle chargers along the state’s two main highway arteries.
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