Good news: The Garden State's power grid can stand up to peak demand. Bad news: Keeping the lights on will cost consumers $5 billion over ...
Sen. Robert Smith is looking to restrict the use of nitrogen-heavy fertilizers near bodies of water, helping to preserve fish and other aquatic life.
But critics say that the legislative measure, combined with a provision easing emissions testing, could worsen NJ's air pollution problems.
The administration, clean energy advocates, and offshore wind developers back a bill that could put wind farms off the New Jersey coast--and New Jersey out ...
Almost 12 years after NJ deregulated its residential electricity market, new suppliers are discounting power prices by 15 percent.
With the offshore wind bill poised to pass the senate, some lawmakers are raising concerns about cost to consumers.
Administration and Democratic legislators agree not to reinstate funds originally slated for solar and wind power programs.
Environmental study and senate bill could ease way for developers building wind-generation projects off NJ coast.
Legislation to promote community-wide solar projects passes senate, original advocates now say scaled-down bill will promote few, if any, installations.
Administrative law court judge recommends state agency look closer at decade-old agreement.
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