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Mitt Romney (Getty Images)
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Romney Promises Energy Independence By 2021

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has promised voters in coal-rich eastern Ohio that America won't have to buy oil from Venezuela or the Middle East by the time his second term ends in 2021.

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Governor Chris Christie
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NJ Solar Program Gets New Life Under New Law

This morning Governor Chris Christie signed into law bipartisan legislation to strengthen and encourage the continued growth of New Jersey’s solar industry, while protecting ratepayers from increased costs.

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Governor Chris Christie
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Could Your Electric Bills Drop Next Summer? [AUDIO]

Your electric bill might be lower next summer as Governor Christie announces recent federal approval of three new natural gas plants in the state.

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NJ Mayors Lobby for More Energy Tax Money

Democrats in both houses of the New Jersey Legislature advanced a bill to return tens of millions in energy tax money to municipalities.

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Henglein and Steets, Getty Images
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Republicans, Democrats Differ on Energy Issues

Republicans and Democrats seem to be living on different planets when it comes to how to meet U.S. energy needs.

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Representative Cory Gardner
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Saturday Speeches: Sparring About Energy [VIDEO]

President Barack Obama and Republicans again focused their weekly media messages on the high price of gasoline.

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Obama Urges Shift to New Energy Technologies

President Barack Obama is making his most urgent appeal yet for the nation to wean itself from oil, calling it a "fuel of the past."

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Joern Pollex, Getty Images
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Offshore Wind Farms off NJ Coasts? Assembly Panel Looks to the Wind for Energy

Could an offshore wind energy farm be in New Jersey's future?  Many are hoping so as lawmakers continue to weigh the pros and cons.  Yesterday at the Statehouse in Trenton, several lawmakers and stakeholders testified as to why looking towards this natural resource is the best way to go.

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Flickr User Doug Orleans
Flickr User Doug Orleans
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More And More Jersey Residents Are Being Electric Slammed [AUDIO]

A growing number of Garden state residents are being "electric slammed" - where their electric company provider is changed without their consent.

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Obama Turns Attention to Energy in Key States

President Barack Obama says his administration will open a large swath in the Gulf of Mexico for oil and gas exploration and development, fending off criticism that his policies have stifled domestic energy production.

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