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News Release | Environment New Jersey

NJBPU EV Rebates Hugely Successful, Already Maxed Out Rebates Boost To Getting More EVs on NJ Roads

The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) announced that it was ending Phase One of the state’s electric vehicle (EV) rebate program, “Charge Up New Jersey” on December 15. NJBPU cited the success of the rebate program as the reason for ending Phase One early. The NJBPU had $30 million available for rebates, and the program is on track to allocate all $30 million for about 6,000 new EVs on New Jersey roads.

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How to be more energy efficient based on your Zodiac sign | Brynn Furey

Energy saving tips that are written in the stars

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News Release | Environment New Jersey

NJ Transit Ditches Transitgrid Gas Plant To Embrace Renewable Solar/Storage Microgrid

NJ Transit announced the agency will promote a clean, renewable energy option incorporating solar and battery storage to power the proposed Transitgrid microgrid in Kearny along the Hackensack River, and “reimagine” a project that was previously focused on a fracked gas power plant.

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Report | Environment New Jersey

Renewables On the Rise 2020

Renewables on the Rise 2020 documents and compares the growth of five key clean energy technologies in each state over the past decade: solar power, wind power, battery storage, energy efficiency and electric vehicles. New Jersey has seen a 9.9-fold increase in the amount of electricity it gets from the sun, ranking 8th in the nation, and a 1.7-fold increase in wind power production since 2010. New Jersey ranks 6th for growth in battery storage capacity since 2010 and the state ranks 7th in the nation for total electric vehicle sales.

 

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News Release | Environment New Jersey

Ten years on, new report ranks state progress on clean energy benchmarks -- NJ ranks in the top 10 for solar, EVs & storage

New Jersey ranks seventh in the nation for total electric vehicle sales, according to a new analysis released today by Environment New Jersey Research & Policy Center. The project, Renewables on the Rise 2020, documents and compares the growth of five key clean energy technologies in each state over the past decade: solar power, wind power, battery storage, energy efficiency and electric vehicles. New Jersey has seen a 9.9-fold increase in the amount of electricity it gets from the sun, ranking 8th in the nation, and a 1.7-fold increase in wind power production since 2010. New Jersey ranks 6th for growth in battery storage capacity since 2010.

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