Members of the New Jersey Senate will consider five energy-related
bills today in committees and in floor votes.
Here's the lineup:
ASSEMBLY TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND UTILITIES
Committee Room 9, 3rd Floor, State House Annex, Trenton, NJ
A-3358 Singleton, T. (D-7); Chivukula, U.J. (D-17); DeAngelo, W.P. (D-14)
Establishes Class I renewable energy certificate multiplier program for certain energy production facilities fueled by methane.
Related Bill: S-2076
A-3455 Chivukula, U.J. (D-17); Mukherji, R. (D-33); Pinkin, N.J. (D-18);
Amends definition of "Class II renewable energy."
Related Bill: S-2282
Committee Room 11, 4th Floor, State House Annex, Trenton, NJ
A-943 Singleton, T. (D-7); Conaway, H. (D-7); Moriarty, P.D. (D-4); Green, J. (D-22); Lampitt, P.R. (D-6); Mazzeo, V. (D-2)
Permits small businesses to qualify for loans from NJEDA for costs of energy audit and making energy efficiency or conservation improvements.
SENATE VOTING SESSION
S-2711 Smith, B. (D-17); Whelan, J. (D-2)
Requires BPU to approve qualified wind energy project and exempts project from cost-benefit analysis. Related Bill: A-4128
SR-112 Smith, B. (D-17); Sweeney, S.M. (D-3)
Urges BPU to expeditiously adopt regulations needed to facilitate construction of offshore wind energy projects and to establish energy efficiency portfolio standards.
Related Bill: AR-209
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