Every time an energy company wants to expand and update the transmission of fuel that an overwhelming majority of New Jerseyans use to heat their homes, cook their food and keep the lights on, someone raises an objection. Hear from both sides and make your decision.
The nation's boom in cheap natural gas -- often viewed as a clean energy source -- is spawning a wave of petrochemical plants that, if built, will emit massive amounts of greenhouse gases, an environmental watchdog group warned in a report Monday.
Natural Gas works. If it didn't, we wouldn't be building new pipelines. But if you're skeptical of how safe this form of energy is, you'll want to hear what Pat Kornick of PennEast Pipeline Company has to say.
It will cost even less to heat your home this winter. Public Service Electric & Gas has announced that its residential gas supply customers will see an average decrease of 31 percent on their bills, and New Jersey Natural Gas customers will see a 9.3 percent decrease over the next year.