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Turbulence as State Agency Rejects Solar Projects

July 13, 2023 |

Photo Credit: Peggy Marco/

It wasn’t a good day Wednesday for advancing clean-energy goals at the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities.

The state agency rejected proposed solar projects that would have generated more than 300 megawatts of electricity and it postponed action on a much-touted plan to begin electrifying buildings, the second-biggest source of greenhouse gas emissions in New Jersey.

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