New Jersey is joining other states by setting a 2035 goal of 100% clean energy by ending the sale of gasoline-powered vehicles and switching to electric heating for buildings.
“We’ve turned our vision for a greener tomorrow into a responsible and actionable roadmap to guide us, and it’s through that pragmatic, evidence-based approach that we will ultimately arrive at our destination,” Gov. Phil Murphy, a Democrat, said.
“Combined with our federal partnerships reinforced through the Inflation Reduction Act, these comprehensive initiatives will better protect and prepare every New Jersey community, including those on the front lines of climate change who have previously been left out and left behind.”
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