Today, Clean Water Action joined a broad coalition of business, community, and environmental groups at a Statehouse press conference to speak out about the nuclear subsidy bill, S877 (Sweeney).
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Clean Water Action Hails Senate Appropriations Committee for Putting the Brakes on a $300 Million Bailout to PSE&G
Trenton, NJ--New Jersey lawmakers took a solid step toward setting the state on a renewable energy future by putting the brakes on a controversial $300 million bailout for the benefit of PSE&G stockholders. The bailout would have been a stumbling block for Governor Philip Murphy’s plan to achieve a 21st Century renewable energy future for New Jersey.
The news that the Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station in Lacey Township will close ahead of schedule in October, 2018 is hardly surprising given the myriad of safety and technical problems that have arisen over the years.
Clean Water Action is thrilled that New Jersey is on a path to enter RGGI as well as committed to bringing the investment to our ports and Environmental Justice communities that have long been left out of the benefits of carbon reduction and improved health.