Critics claim NJ Transit still ‘tilted’ toward fossil fuels
Clip: 02/16/2022 | 3m 41s | Video has closed captioning.
“It does feel like a betrayal,” clean-energy advocate Sam DiFalco said about NJ Transit's revised plans for a natural gas-fueled power plant in Kearny. The plant is supposed to supply electricity to keep trains running during massive power outages like the one caused by Superstorm Sandy. Environmental groups had lobbied for a solar-powered plant.
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