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The Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission wanted to build a back-up power generator on site to prepare for future storms.
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management is auctioning off nearly half-million acres for wind farm development off the coasts of New York and New Jersey.
The project is part of a pair of renewable energy investments expected to supply a third of the city’s annual electricity usage.
Some environmentalists celebrated the closure due to the energy plant’s proximity to New York City, but it has sinister immediate implications for the state’s climate goals.
The railroad hopes to have the trains running on two branches after an eight month pilot.
President Joe Biden’s expansion of wind turbines off the East Coast effectively means New York can achieve its recently ratified climate goals.
Bitcoin is on pace to consume about as much electricity this year as all the homes in the mid-Atlantic states. Most of this energy comes from non-renewable sources.
Nearly one year after the initial divestment pledge was made, the city is still doing business with the institutions directly responsible for the climate crisis.
Turbines being lowered into the East River in 2008 (Verdant Power)
HandsNYC Twitter Yesterday thousands of people across the country joined together
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