With costs of healthcare rising, state lawmakers say they won’t count against 2 percent tax cap.
Dedicating more money to commercial energy-efficiency projects should help the Garden State meet the ambitious power reduction targets specified by the Master Plan.
Pollution controls and move to natural gas promise reduced emissions and a potential gain for consumers.
In spite of state’s best efforts, only a small percentage of electric customers pay the premium for wind, solar and hydro generation.
Task force re-evaluates Master Plan to help make sure state's power meets dual criteria: reasonable costs and renewable sources.
For a decade-and-a-half, Dressel has been the lead lobbyist for the organization that represents New Jersey’s 566 municipalities, as well as 13,000 municipal officials.
Conservationists help block a 23-mile natural gas pipeline, but the Statehouse Commission is expected to take up the issue again within 10 business days.
New study reveals relationship between slightly elevated levels of POFA and higher incidence of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in children.
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.