Bill outlawing hydraulic fracturing meant to send a clear message to Christie administration and Pennsylvania officials.
By waiving "unduly burdensome" rules, agency hopes to make NJ more business friendly.
NJEA tops the list -- by far -- while power companies also step up.
A company in New Jersey is betting that hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles can give plug-in electrics a run for the money.
Fracking can deliver cheap natural gas, but how high is the environmental cost?
By lending a helping hand to local solar companies, an Assembly committee hopes to encourage a thriving green economy.
Appeals court upholds diversion of $158 million to plug hole in this year's state budget.
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.