The New Jersey Business & Industry Association is seeking feedback on the following bills which will be considered in the Senate Environment and Energy Committee on Monday, May 21, 2018 at 10: 00 a.m., 3rd Floor, Committee Room 10, Annex.
S-601 – Requires end-of-life recycling of solar and photovoltaic energy generation facilities and structures.
S-835 – Requires State parks, forests, and other natural and historic areas to remain open to public for seven days if emergency is declared due to failure to enact general appropriation law as prescribed by NJ Constitution.
S-1486 – Prohibits sale of expanded polystyrene food containers by public schools and public institutions of higher education.
S-1611 – Authorizes municipalities to establish program for public or private financing of certain energy, water, and storm resiliency projects under PACE program through use of voluntary special assessments for certain property owners.
S-2167 – Dedicates $500,000 annually in revenues from vessel registration and renewal fees to NJ Greenwood Lake Fund.
S-2476 – Amends law to limit DEP’s direct oversight of remediation of portion of contaminated site under certain circumstances.
For discussion only:
S-2252 – Establishes Statewide public plug-in electric vehicle charging system.
S-2382 – Establishes electric vehicle rebate program.
Please email Chrissy Buteas with questions and feedback.