State officials worry that Atlantic Wind Connection's underwater backbone could spike already high power prices.
Participants at NJ Spotlight's Offshore Wind Roundtable stress the economies and advantages of scale.
Critics argue that overhauling regulations could leave consumers without basic service, public access, and protection.
More than a year after the money was allocated, funds will soon be available for households seeking temporary assistance.
Concerns about costs delay Senate measure that would deploy charging systems for plug-in electric vehicles.
The legislation looks to prohibit the improper disposal of prescription medication in New Jersey waterways.
Shared-services energy companies could mean cheaper electricity for consumers.
The state board moves to ensure that customer subsidies to power companies are more than offset by savings to consumers.
To gain approval, offshore wind projects must demonstrate a positive net impact on New Jersey's economy.
Falling natural gas prices and a still-sluggish economy mean most consumers will pay less for power.
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