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.
BPU likely to put off action until state Attorney General completes investigation of PSEG Power's skirting of fees.
Democratic legislators say proposed package of four bills would enhance state's business climate, while critics argue it would weaken environmental protection.
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.