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May 18, 2024

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NJ Enacts New Construction Electrification Incentives
New Jersey has enacted a package of new construction incentives worth up to $5.25 per square foot for new residential and nonresidential construction.
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PSEG Sees New Market for Nuclear in AI, Data Centers
PSEG is looking to use excess capacity at its three South Jersey nuclear generators to provide clean energy for data centers and AI development projects, CEO Ralph LaRossa said in the company’s first-quarter earnings call.
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New Jersey Lawmakers Back $250 Annual EV Fee
New Jersey legislators sent a bill to the governor’s desk March 18 that would place a $250-a-year fee on zero emissions vehicles.
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NJ Legislators Consider $300M for Grid Upgrades
New Jersey's grid upgrade bill would require each of the state’s four electric utilities to develop and implement a plan to modernize the electric transmission and distribution system.
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NJ Ready for Clean Energy Advance in 2024 After OSW Meltdown
Clean energy in New Jersey moved forward in 2023 with community solar and Advanced Clean Cars II, and in reverse with the shutdown of the Ocean Wind offshore development.
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New Jersey Senate Advances Electric School Bus Pilot Program
New Jersey would allocate $15 million from the current state budget for the first year of the state’s electric school bus program.
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NJ Advances Multifaceted Building Decarbonization Strategy
New Jersey officials wrestle with the role of natural gas as building electrification efforts grow in an effort to decarbonize the grid.
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New Jersey Launches OSW Infrastructure Solicitation
Recent setbacks will not prevent the New Jersey BPU from moving forward with the state's commitment to offshore wind.
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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.
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NJ Energy Conference: Business Skepticism vs Government Resolve
New Jersey’s commitment to a rapid adoption of clean energy will be unwavering, the newly appointed head of the Board of Public Utilities told a conference of business leaders.

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