Legislation would establish clean energy credit to be applied against societal benefits charge.
A new breed of electric vehicles is on the way that may change everyone's idea of what the future will look like.
The Board of Public Utilities proposed move from Newark to Trenton runs into stiff opposition.
Office of Clean Energy proposal would leave just $3 million for solar programs.
Vast reservoirs of natural gas newly discovered in Marcellus Shale help drive prices down.
Verizon successfully petitions state Board of Public Utilities to stop delivering massive, though typically unopened, White Pages directory.
Subsidies supposedly restricted to redeveloping blighted areas can actually be used in 80 percent of the state's municipalities.
Strict regulations barring wind turbines from coastal waters encourage conservationists, alienate clean-energy advocates.
One-time supporters are backing away from a community solar-project bill they say adds unneeded subsidies and is too complex for small solar contractors.
Administration makes up to $18 million available for combined heat and power, less than half the $48 million originally allocated.