Former PSEG Chairman and CEO Ralph Izzo, former Senate President Steve Sweeney, and state Sen. Bob Smith will be honored during the full-day hybrid event and cocktail reception.
"It violates the spirit of our democratic system for an issue of such importance to be solely determined by the governor," the group of nearly 100 wrote to Democratic legislative leaders regarding the rule that would require car manufacturers to reach 100% in zero emission vehicles sales by 2035. "We encourage you to delay this action until a time when it can earn a vote by the full Legislature in[...]
“This is a great example of how our program partnerships provide students and workers with the pathways they need to find new careers and opportunity, and to ensure that employers have access to a highly skilled workforce to meet critical labor market needs in South Jersey,” said Brigette Satchell, dean, Career and Technical Education, Rowan College.
Christine Guhl-Sadovy is a current New Jersey Board of Public Utilities commissioner and previously served as cabinet secretary as part of the governor’s senior staff.
“These brave men and women work selflessly and tirelessly to safeguard our communities, and we hope these funds will make that task a bit easier," said Mark Iannarella, New Jersey American Water’s director of health and safety – and a former volunteer firefighter with the Pennsauken Fire Department.
“Investing in community organizations that are working to make New Jersey a more equitable and friendly place to live, work and play benefits us all,” company President Mark McDonough said.
Damian Finio joins the recycling leader with more than 30 years of financial management experience — primarily in the life sciences industry, having spent nearly half of his career at AstraZeneca.
“Joe Fiordaliso was a consummate public servant, a trusted colleague, and a good friend,” Gov. Phil Murphy said in a statement. “Above all, he was a devoted husband to his wife Marilyn, father to Dana and Joe, and grandfather to six loving children.”
“There was a time when wind energy was not really a political issue,” said Patrick Murray, director of the independent Monmouth University Polling Institute. “It consistently received widespread bipartisan support for more than a decade. That is no longer the case.”
Patrick De Haan, head of petroleum analysis at GasBuddy, stressed tropical storm activity could cause further disruption to the fuel market, especially as Idalia bears down on Florida.
The proposal would require manufacturers to make zero emission vehicles an increasing percentage of their new light-duty vehicle sales as they ramp up to 100% ZEVs by 2035.
According to the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, this year's program will support enough projects to enroll approximately 30,000 Garden State subscribers.