The William Penn Foundation has many lackeys and its been pushing out cash to them as they subject the PennEast Pipeline and NJ consumers to legal torment.
According to E&E News EnergyWire, yet another lawsuit has been filed against the PennEast Pipeline, this one in the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals by the New Jersey Division of Rate Counsel, which is less concerned with consumers and the rates they pay than the rate of pipeline construction, their focus being primarily on fractivism.
What caught my attention about the story, though was a list of PennEast lawsuits now before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. There is already one filed by the Delaware Riverkeeper Network, a/k/a Delaware Povertykeeper, but a new joint petition has been filed by the New Jersey Conservation Foundation and the Watershed Institute (formerly the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association. There’s obviously a whole lot of collusion going on but what’s especially interesting is the source of the money. It’s the filthy rich Haas family that made its money in chemicals and is now known as the William Penn Foundation.