An arcane, uncertain approvals process is partly to blame for NJ's dearth of new power plants.
Federal government to give offshore wind developers a chance to bid on lease blocks located off the New Jersey coast.
The administration's latest appointee to the Highlands Council is "diametrically opposed" to the Highland protection act.
Commission is one of more than 60 agencies targeted for elimination by Christie administration.
The Board of Public Utilities also announces a formal hearing into why deregulated energy industry has yielded no new power plants.
It took the state agency almost a year to issue an explanation of why it denied a request to recoup stranded costs.
NRG Energy and Hess Newark move forward with gas-fired generating facilities in Old Bridge and Newark.
The old business model is based on delivering more. What happens when consumers use less?
Tough choices and tough questions set the tone at Board of Public Utilities anniversary meeting.
Report determines that safety is not an issue for most wind turbine vendors operating in New Jersey.