Subsidized capacity will drive down the high electric prices that hurt businesses and consumers, advocates argue.
President Bill Levis talks ratepayer subsidies, new capacity, peaking units and problems with synching up power generation and transmission.
Sierra Club report suggests increasing reliance on renewables and cutting power consumption can shut down dozens of coal plants.
Opponents of power line through heart of NJ Highlands take heart from suspension of similar project.
Power company looks to qualify for ratepayer subsidy without surrendering key financial data to Board of Public Utilities.
By regulating "fracking," Delaware River Basin Commission hopes to protect drinking water for 15 million people.
If gas goes to $4.00 a gallon at the pump, Americans may quickly change their opinion of electric vehicles.
PSEG signs up for lucrative subsidies but mounts legal challenge to program that awards them.
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.