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New report says NJ could meet entire electric demand with offshore wind & ranks first for states with permitted projects moving forward

New Jersey ranks 7th amongst Atlantic coastal states for its technical potential for total offshore wind power but first in the states for current projects in the pipeline, according to a new report released today by Environment New Jersey Research & Policy Center and Frontier Group.


South Brunswick Township Adopts Clean Energy Program

South Brunswick Township will adopt a Community Energy Aggregation Program in an effort to reduce the township’s carbon footprint and increase the use of renewable and clean energy. The township council unanimously approved the measure and added a new chapter to the township code at a regular meeting on December 22nd, 2020.


South Brunswick approves clean energy program

The township council has unanimously approved an ordinance to create a clean energy program like those recently adopted in several nearby towns. The ordinance, advanced by local residents who worked with Food & Water Watch and approved at the Dec. 22 council meeting, creates a new program allowing the township to purchase energy on behalf of residents at discounted bulk rates and to set guidelines about the sources of electricity.


Hoboken Resiliency & Readiness Plan

Hoboken was once an island outcrop. Surrounding tidal marshes were filled in, but City remains vulnerable to storm surges due to low elevation at the north and south.


New Jersey Energy Master Plan

Clean energy is vital for our future from both an economic development and environmental sustainability policy perspective. With this in mind, Governor Murphy, through Executive Order 28, has set an ambitious goal of setting New Jersey on the path to a conversion to 100 percent clean energy by 2050, and we are moving full speed ahead.