December 4, 2023

Phil Murphy

2023 Elections Bring Billions for Texas Gas, Dem Wins in Virginia, NJ
Voters OK'd billions for gas generation in Texas, while Democrats won legislative elections in New Jersey and Virginia with implications for energy policy.
New York City Department of Transportation
NJ Sues as NYC Congestion Scheme Takes Form
New York City transit officials began working to implement their controversial congestion pricing scheme as New Jersey filed a lawsuit seeking to block it.
NJ Rejects Solar Bids as Too Expensive
New Jersey regulators plan a new solicitation for the state’s Competitive Solar Incentive program on Oct. 1 after rejecting initial bids as too expensive.  
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.
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NJ $1 Billion OSW Port and Marshaling Hub 60% Finished
New Jersey’s massive $1 billion play to jump start a new energy industry based on harnessing wind power is proceeding apace on the banks of the Delaware River.
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NJ EV Charger Plan Advances as Enviros Demand ACC II Adoption
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.
Heitman, LLC
NJ Launches $80M Clean Energy Loan Fund for Small Business
New Jersey’s EDA is accepting applications for matching loans of up to $10 million to small businesses seeking to make clean energy investments.
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
NJ To Accelerate RGGI Fund Expenditures
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.
NJ Proposes Modest Community Solar Capacity Hike
New Jersey’s permanent community solar program should target developing at least 750 MW in its first five years, according to a straw proposal from the BPU.
Electric vs. Gas Skirmish Rising in NJ
A growing focus on reducing gas use is drawing criticism from environmentalists who say the state isn't doing enough and others who say it’s going too fast.

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