The New Jersey Board of Utilities formally approved a new program allowing Public Service Electric & Gas to spend $707 million over the next four ...
The utility will spend more than $700 million but it’s unclear how much and when customers will be charged
But severe economic disruptions caused by the pandemic raise questions about whether state regulators will scale back some programs
Officials outline new rules intended to curb global warming
Transportation & Climate Initiative would cap emissions from cars, trucks and buses, but likely bump fuel prices by 5 cents a gallon
BPU argues pandemic means analysis must be done again. Businesses, consumers worry decisions will be made before there’s a clear financial picture of how transition ...
Analysis estimates that 16% of nearly 38,000 jobs have been wiped out in the COVID-19 slowdown
Public hearings early in 2021 about what to do about the arrears
Scant details on proposals from Ørsted and Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind
Investment affirms company’s plan to reinvent itself as regulated and contracted business with zero-carbon profile
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