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The Future of Low Energy Costs – PennEast Pipeline

If you are living in New Jersey, you have probably heard about the proposed PennEast Pipeline Project. The project is estimated to bring 1 billion cubic feet of natural gas each day. That amount is enough to provide 4.7 million homes with the lower costs associated with natural gas. The pipeline itself is estimated to … Continue reading The Future of Low Energy Costs – PennEast Pipeline

New Jersey’s Dependence on Nuclear Power

Currently, 44 percent of New Jersey’s electricity comes from nuclear generating plants like Oyster Creek and Salem Creek. This source is second to only natural gas. Renewable sources of energy like solar power and wind energy comprise only 3 percent of the state’s electricity production. Many of us do not give much thought to how … Continue reading New Jersey’s Dependence on Nuclear Power