Report | Environment New Jersey

Offshore Wind For America

Offshore Wind For America documents the potential of offshore wind in the United States, broken down by each coastal region and state. The Atlantic region as a whole has almost twice the amount of offshore wind it would need to power itself in 2050, and New Jersey has potential to cover 379% and 167% of its 2019 and 2050 electricity needs. The report also examines recent advancements
in turbine technology, as well as documenting existing offshore wind projects around the world.

Report

Accelerating the Transition to Electric Buses

Electric school buses are here, but the transition to a clean, renewable trans­portation sector, and a more widespread clean energy economy requires coordina­tion between school districts, lawmak­ers, and utility companies. Not only this, but utility companies have the power to rapidly expedite the transition away from polluting diesel buses to healthier, more efficient and sustainable electric buses.

Report | Environment America Research & Policy Center

Blueprint for America

Americans agree: Our nation’s infrastructure needs work. This report provides the blueprint that should form the basis of an infrastructure plan that will make America stronger today and lay the foundation for a brighter future. 

Report | Environment New Jersey

Renewables On the Rise 2020

Renewables on the Rise 2020 documents and compares the growth of five key clean energy technologies in each state over the past decade: solar power, wind power, battery storage, energy efficiency and electric vehicles. New Jersey has seen a 9.9-fold increase in the amount of electricity it gets from the sun, ranking 8th in the nation, and a 1.7-fold increase in wind power production since 2010. New Jersey ranks 6th for growth in battery storage capacity since 2010 and the state ranks 7th in the nation for total electric vehicle sales.

 

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