With more than $400 million already diverted from the fund, proposal to extend benefits sparks dispute.
Advocates hail proposed legislation as boon to green economy; opponents express concern about cost to ratepayers.
Opinion on PSEG Power contends that ‘all’ gas and electric customers are subject to SBC.
Combined heat and power facilities, small hydroelectric plants, and methane gas extracted from landfills would qualify as alternative energy sources under proposed legislation.
With 20 years in the oil industry, John Pajak knows safety is essential. The Teamsters board member and president of the New Jersey Work Environment ...
Board of Public Utilities dismisses without comment three-year old petition against Newark utility stemming from alleged overcollection of stranded costs.
New legislation would award offshore renewable energy certificates (ORECs) to owners of wind farms for each megawatt of electricity generated.
Proposed legislation would offset initial costs of solar installations, letting towns loan money to property owners that would be repaid via special tax assessments.
Ratepayer settlement awards Newark utility roughly half the increase it asked for. Separate settlement orders PSE&G to refund overcharges to customers.
NJ’s double-edged solar surge spurs clean-energy gains, spawns new debates.
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