BPU wants to block a requested 60 percent increase in cost of delivering natural gas from the Gulf of Mexico to the Northeast.
While the legislature sweats the details of a community-wide solar bill, a NJ vendor has put together a smart, scaled-down program.
PSEG nets nearly $700 million in sale of two 1,000-megawatt gas-fired power plants.
DEP partnership in three New Jersey parks has some environmentalists worried about privatization.
Small solar companies argue that legislation aimed at promoting solar power could freeze them out of the market.
This bill would help curb greenhouse gas emissions by offering financial incentives to builders of sustainable structures.
Governor draws sharp rebuke from Senate president for his plan to fix the public employee benefit system.
Both houses easily vote out a package of bills that cuts down on red tape and eases up on rules and regulations governing NJ businesses.
No agreement on whether having ratepayers subsidize new power plants will save customers billions or cost them billions.
Four-bill package enjoys bipartisan support, but conservationists warn it will undercut environmental regulations.