Gov. Christie diverted $42.5 million in clean energy funds to keep the lights on in Trenton, and another $160 million to help balance the budget. ...
The goal: send a strong message to neighboring states to suspend hydraulic fracturing until it can be evaluated.
Nearly a dozen developers are interested in building offshore wind farms. But "Big Wind" will have a big price tag; subsidies could cost consumers $5 ...
Two Garden State utilities finish in the top 10 nationwide when it comes to adding solar capacity.
According to the plan, expanding the state's natural gas infrastructure will lower heating costs and reduce electric bills.
Gov. Christie dismisses aggressive renewable energy targets as "pie in the sky," calls for more nuclear and more natural gas power plants.
Proposed law would prevent the governor from diverting clean energy funds to plug holes in the budget.
Federal advisory committee concludes that Salem plants are good for another 20 years.
A recent report puts a value on the Delaware Estuary -- using a wide variety of measures.
DEP stops accepting cleanup applications, asks lawmakers to add $10 million appropriation to budget.