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    1. Energy Storage Remains Key Component of Clean-Energy Agenda

      Energy Storage Remains Key Component of Clean-Energy Agenda

      If New Jersey is going to achieve the Murphy administration's ambitious clean-energy goals, storing the energy created by renewable power sources such as solar and wind will be crucial. To that end, a controversial nuclear subsidy bill up for consideration today in committees and posted for a vote on Monday in the state Senate also sets goals of 600 megawatts of energy storage by 2021, and 2,000 megawatts by 2030.

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      Mentions: NJ FERC PJM
    2. Draft Bill Sets Aggressive Goals for Renewable Energy, Power Consumption

      Draft Bill Sets Aggressive Goals for Renewable Energy, Power Consumption

      A yet-to-be-made public bill could radically change New Jersey’s energy future by sharply increasing the state’s reliance on renewable energy at the same time that it decreases energy consumption by 30 percent by 2050. The draft legislation, still to be introduced, drew dozens of lobbyists, energy executives, and others to a private stakeholders meeting Monday afternoon in a first-floor committee room in the Statehouse Annex. Little was decided and another session is scheduled for May 6.

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      Mentions: CA NJ
    3. New Jersey Looks to Energy Storage to Make Critical Facilities More Resilient

      New Jersey Looks to Energy Storage to Make Critical Facilities More Resilient

      New Jersey began mapping out strategies to promote energy storage (to) make critical facilities like hospitals and water treatment plants more resilient if widespread outages occur again ... It is a modest effort with only $2.5 million from New Jersey’s Clean Energy Fund for the current fiscal year.

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      Mentions: NJ
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