December 10, 2023

New Jersey House of Representatives (NJ House)

New Jersey Governor's Office
Murphy Signs OSW Tax Credit Bill
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy hailed offshore wind as a once-in-a-generation opportunity to bring billion-dollar investments and millions of union jobs to the state.
Raritan Valley Community College
NJ Push for 100% Clean Electricity Meets Opposition
A bill to require that only clean electricity be sold in New Jersey by 2035 has stalled over concerns from environmentalists, labor groups and solar developers.
Raritan Valley Community College
NJ Steps up Remote Net Metering Approvals
N.J. regulators approved two remote net metering projects totaling more than 250 kWdc as lawmakers consider a bill to make development of such projects easier.
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NJ Assembly Committee Advances Renewable Natural Gas Bill
A New Jersey bill to boost the use of renewable natural gas advances with opposition from environmental groups and support from business and union interests.
Electric School Bus Pilot Awaits NJ Governor’s Signature
A bill on the desk of New Jersey's governor would create a $45 million pilot program to test the use of electric school buses in 18 school districts.
New Jersey Tightens Appliance Energy Use Standards
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed bills tightening energy efficiency standards on appliances and limiting rates for EV charging stations near homes.
New Jersey Lawmakers Back Municipal Bonds for EV Purchases
New Jersey lawmakers backed legislation that would allow local governments to issue bonds to fund the purchase of electric vehicles.
NJ Legislators Back Alternatives to Electric Heat
New Jersey legislators backed a bill Monday that would prevent state agencies from requiring buildings to use electric heating.
Thomas Built Buses
New Jersey Legislators Back $45 Million EV Bus Bill
New Jersey lawmakers backed spending $45 million on electric school buses, recommending a ban on fossil fuel projects and enshrining the state’s energy plan into law.
Solar Landscape
New Jersey Requires Warehouses to Be Solar-ready
The narrowly re-elected governor sends a strong signal that he will continue to promote ambitious climate and clean energy policies.

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