New Jersey will generate 80% of its energy from renewable energy by 2050 if a group of state legislators have their way. The proposed bill, due to be tabled this week, “has been kicking around for months and would dramatically increase New Jersey’s reliance on cleaner sources of energy, such as solar and wind power,” NJ Spotlight reports. “Just how many teeth the yet-to-be seen bill has to enforce the proposed ramping up of the renewable energy targets remain to be seen.” The bill has already drawn opposition from businesses concerned about utility costs.(h/t to Steven Goldenberg/Fox Rothschild LLP , for pointing us to this story)
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