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Energy

Setting the record straight on pipeline rights of way

Federal regulators recently approved the PennEast Pipeline to deliver clean, reliable and affordable natural gas to millions of families and businesses across the region. That approval — after more than three years of regulatory and scientific reviews — found PennEast Pipeline is in the public need and benefit, and can be constructed...

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NJDEP once again denies PennEast Pipeline application

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has once again denied the PennEast Pipeline Co. application to construct a 116-mile pipeline through New Jersey and Pennsylvania due to what it said was inadequate information regarding environmental compliance in building on freshwater wetlands.

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Gov. Murphy signs order to harness wind energy

Gov. Phil Murphy has signed an executive order directing the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities to implement fully the Offshore Wind Economic Development Act and begin the process of moving the state toward a goal of 3,500 megawatts of offshore wind energy generation by the year 2030.

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GZA acquires NJ environmental service firm

Melick-Tully and Associates P.C., a New Jersey-based geotechnical, environmental and geologic services company, has been acquired by GZA GeoEnvironmental, the firm announced today. GZA, an environmental firm based out of Norwood, Mass., said the acquisition will help it strengthen its operations in the mid-Atlantic region.

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PSEG calls for 1 percent rate hike

New Jersey’s largest utility company, Public Service Electric and Gas Co. (PSE&G), has filed a request with the state’s Board of Public Utilities to increase power usage rates so that it can increase overall revenues by roughly 1 percent.

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Kenny Esser, manager, strategy and business development, PSE&G, at one of the charging stations for the company's fleet of electric vehicles.

How EV charging stations could spark next business boon in NJ

The New Jersey Assembly, businesses and public utilities are working to solve the conundrum inherent with electric vehicles: residents want to buy electric cars, but they're worried that there aren't enough EV charging stations to make a long trip. On the other hand, investments aren't being made in EV charging stations because not enough people...

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