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.
Can a newly revived League of Conservation Voters help heal the rifts in NJ's divided—and divisive—green community so it can speak with a single voice?
Politics and business conditions bring sustainable, market-based models into clearer focus.
Coalition asks Governor's office and BPU to determine how NJ power supplier managed to sidestep millions of dollars in utility fees.
With the filing of an Early Site Permit, NJ energy giant takes a small first step in what could be a 13-year, $15 billion journey.
When it comes to protecting communities from flooding and erosion, neither the state nor local governments may be up to the task.
Rate increases likely as utility turns focus to construction of the eastern segment of the project.
Bill sponsors and solar advocates acknowledge the difficulty of creating practical approach to what seems like a slam-dunk solution.
Upper Pittsgrove ponders the benefits and drawbacks of a 74.6-megawatt solar farm consisting of 250,000 photovoltaic panels on 92 acres.