Opponents want state agency to reconsider Highlands transmission line and dismissal of a case involving billions in so-called stranded costs.
Assembly committee votes out a five-bill package aimed at building an infrastructure for electric vehicles and attracting green jobs to the Garden State.
If power prices stay flat or take a small dip, as most experts expect, residential customers could be paying a little bit less for electricity.
Coalition of energy suppliers mounts federal challenge of newly signed NJ law that ensures customer subsidies for power plant development.
Bill would ban the use of dangerous pesticides where kids congregate -- schools, daycare centers, playgrounds and parks.
Senate committee takes up legislation that would help make sure the private sector pays fair market value when leasing public land.
Heated debate continues, will new law save or cost consumers billions of dollars.
Settlement stipulates $13 million in cost reductions for customers of Jersey Central Power & Light.
Trade group looks to revise "price-to-compare" system that helps customers make informed choices about independent power suppliers.
Power company's top executive acknowledges solar energy is more expensive than fossil fuels but urges state to stick to its ambitious solar schedule.
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