State’s chief resilience officer says state and federal government can’t fund all local projects
But Board of Public Utilities reverses its 2019 position, suggesting that none of Public Service Enterprise Group’s three South Jersey plants are profitable
Appeals panel sets aside revisions of Obama-era power-plant rules by the outgoing Trump administration
Mayor Ras Baraka says key takeaway is that it was an ‘all-in’ effort, joining government forces with muscular civic willpower.
Pilot program’s first phase provides 300 vouchers to businesses, other institutions in Newark and Camden to help ease pollution in environmental-justice communities
State says public health is threatened by use of PFAS in firefighting foam
But it won’t be easy to reverse all of Trump’s climate-denial policies, Rutgers expert says
Deployment of solar energy is key to creating a resilient and equitable state. Passing the Clean Energy Equity Act would help
Recovery driven by DDT ban, rigorous regulation and volunteer monitoring of nest sites
Holtec confirmed interest in building a new, first-of-its-kind nuclear plant at the former Oyster Creek site in South Jersey.
The New Jersey Board of Utilities formally approved a new program allowing Public Service Electric & Gas to spend $707 million over the next four ...
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