OIL & GAS: “We’re tired of being sick:” Philadelphians gather to envision a new life for the site of a former refinery as a developer looks to build a logistics and life sciences hub. (WHYY)

• Arguments close in a trial that could determine the fate of the New England Clean Energy Connect power line, which would bring hydropower from Canada to New England but faces opposition from environmentalists and fossil fuel interests alike. (Central Maine)
• Rhode Island regulators allow Narragansett Electric Co. to immediately start replacing 9 miles of power lines and substations to prepare for incoming offshore wind power. (Rhode Island Current)

• A Staten Island-based floating barge serving as an offshore wind training facility will open this week to prepare workers for the industry. (Staten Island Advance)
• New Jersey allocates $2 million to research offshore wind’s potential impacts on marine mammals. (Asbury Park Press)
Offshore wind developers gather in New Jersey to meet with manufacturers and businesses who may be able to meet their supply needs. (Press of Atlantic City)

• New York City looks to secure federal funding to subsidize installing rooftop solar panels on as many as 3,000 low-income homeowners’ houses. (Gothamist)
• New York’s public utility finishes installing more than 75,000 solar panels at five state prisons. (Citizen)
• Maryland’s governor announces a 2.18 MW rooftop solar project will be built on an affordable housing project, while a bill to allow community solar in the state awaits his signature. (news release, PV Magazine)
• A New Jersey warehouse looks to install a third solar array to expand its community solar offering to nearby residents. (PV Magazine)

ELECTRIFICATION: Vermont’s Democratic-held House is poised to pass a major clean heat package, but it faces a likely veto by the Republican governor. (WCAX)  

EFFICIENCY: New Jersey public utilities regulators allocate $180 million to help schools and small businesses make energy-efficient improvements. (ROI-NJ)

ELECTRIC VEHICLES: New Hampshire legislators are split along party lines over creating a committee to study the development of more electric vehicle charging infrastructure. (New Hampshire Public Radio)

COMMENTARY: A Connecticut bill would provide the tools the state needs to achieve its climate goals and reach toward more ambitious ones, an environmental advocate argues. (CT Mirror)

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