So Long Coal Over the last several years, coal-fired plants in New Jersey started shutting down for good. SOURCE: https://www.solarreviews.com/news/pseg-shutters-coal-fired-plants-new-jersey-clean-energy-future-060117/ SOURCE: https://www.nj.com/news/2019/04/this-south-jersey-coal-plant-is-shutting-down-for-good-clean-energy-may-be-its-future.html This is a big win for the environment and a big step towards a greener, sustainable future. “Transitioning ...
May 20, 2019ELEC
New Jersey's 2016 Infrastructure Report Card from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) is in, and if we were New Jersey we'd put a couple of pillows in our back pockets before bringing this report card home... In all seriousness, this is ...
September 7, 2016John Flores
"On behalf of our over 6,500 members, their families and the contractors who employ them, we respectfully ask board to approve the proposed PSE&G gas system modernization program." ELEC825 works tirelessly in Trenton and beyond, advocating for energy infrastructure upgrades that makes the region more resilient in big storms. Recently, ELEC825 ...
October 7, 2015John Flores
It is easy to build opposition to pipelines. They are not popular. And there are legitimate public concerns that must be addressed. Yet, the infrastructure is essential to heating our homes, running our cars, and fueling our economy. The state of New Jersey will evaluate environmental and economic data in making ...
March 1, 2015John Flores