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Earth Day Hike Inspects Forest Targeted for Great Adventure's Solar Project Clearcutting

Under overcast Earth Day skies, a group of advocates, Jackson Township residents, and Gov. Jim Florio hiked on adjacent property to the 90 acres of forested land that Great Adventure is proposing to clearcut to build the largest solar installation in the state to examine the condition of the targeted woods and urge Great Adventure to reconsider the siting of the solar installation.

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News Release | Environment New Jersey Research & Policy Center

Over 100 Attend Discussion on New Jersey's Solar Future

Over 100 students, community members, and solar business representatives attended a lively discussion on New Jersey’s solar energy future last evening at Rutgers University’s New Brunswick campus. The event was a collaboration between Environment New Jersey, NJ PIRG Student Chapters, Rutgers Fossil Fuel Divestment, and Rutgers Engineering Governing Council’s Sustainability Affair Committee.  

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News Release | Environment New Jersey Research & Policy Center

Go Solar New Jersey Civic Leaders Letter

A letter of more than 70 local and state civic leaders calling for New Jersey to lead on solar by expanding solar to 20% of our power generation by 2025.

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News Release | Environment New Jersey Research & Policy Center

State Decisionmakers Call on New Jersey To Go 20% Solar by 2025

New Jersey should set a goal of generating 20 percent of its electricity from solar energy by 2025, urges a letter co-signed by a bipartisan group of 72 freeholders, state legislators, mayors and councilpersons. The signers represent 40 towns in 17 counties. The signers include both Republican and Democratic decision-makers, highlighting the bipartisan support for solar.

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News Release | Environment New Jersey Research & Policy Center

New Wind Report Builds Case for Moving Forward with Off-Shore Wind in NJ; Legislative Leaders Call Out BPU for Fishermen’s Energy Denial & Delay

The carbon pollution from at least nine entire fossil fuel plants could be eliminated in New Jersey if wind power supplied 30 percent of the nation’s electricity needs, according to a new analysis by Environment New Jersey Research & Policy Center. The analysis comes as Fishermen’s Energy appeals the Board of Public Utilities’ decision to reject an off-shore wind project off Atlantic City through the New Jersey Superior Court – and more than 4 years after Gov. Christie signed off-shore wind legislation into law.

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