FOSSIL FUELS: Developers of a proposed 657 MW gas-fired power plant, which would have become the seventh of its kind in an environmentally overburdened New Jersey county, are no longer pursuing the project. (NJ Advance Media)

ALSO: New Jersey utility regulators approve PSE&G’s two-year, $902 million gas system modernization plan to replace around 400 miles of old cast iron pipes. (NJ Biz)

HYDROGEN: Two hydrogen hubs partially located in Pennsylvania are reportedly poised to receive hundreds of millions in federal grants, but the official, detailed announcement is expected tomorrow. (Reuters, Pennsylvania Capital-Star)

OFFSHORE WIND: Rhode Island’s coastal management council votes to certify that the development plan for a roughly 2 GW wind project plan is consistent with state policies. (Providence Journal)

POLICY: Massachusetts publishes an update to its 2018 climate adaptation plan, which the governor says will help the state secure federal funds. (Boston Globe)

CLEAN ENERGY: A Pennsylvania environmental policy center ranks the state second-to-last in terms of renewable energy development since 2013. (Lehigh Valley News)

SOLAR: In New Jersey, an Atlantic City casino operator installs 6.5 MW worth of solar canopies on its parking garages, offsetting its total energy consumption by 6%. (electrek)


NUCLEAR: The company decommissioning the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant says it’s ahead of schedule. (NBC 5)

HYDROPOWER: Federal energy officials announce three Vermont hydroelectric facilities will be among the recipients of more than $38 million in incentives. (WCAX)

CLIMATE: Given New Yorkers’ lack of compliance with recycling regulations, some observers question if city residents will follow new food scrap separation requirements. (City Limits)

FLOODS: A victim of Massachusetts’ flash floods underscores how challenging it is to recover in areas that don’t require flood insurance and haven’t yet received a federal disaster declaration. (WCVB)

More from the Energy News Network: Midwest | Southeast | Northeast | West

Bridget is a freelance reporter and newsletter writer based in the Washington, D.C., area. She compiles the Northeast Energy News digest. Bridget primarily writes about energy, conservation and the environment. Originally from Philadelphia, she graduated from Emerson College in 2015 with a degree in journalism and a minor in environmental studies. When she isn’t working on a story, she’s normally on a northern Maine lake or traveling abroad to practice her Spanish language skills.