A New Jersey lawmaker wants to speed the timetable for getting all of the state’s electricity from renewable energy sources.
Assemblyman Tim Eustace says his bill would require 100 percent of the electric power sold in the state to be from clean energy sources by the year 2035.
“This bill had originally been 2050. But as we see technology change and European countries have already reached these goals, there’s no reason why we can’t reach for the same goals.”
New Jersey Sierra Club director Jeff Tittel says that could be hard to do.