After years of friction, recreational drivers and conservationists say New Jersey still has no clear policy
With NJ utilities looking to invest more than $1 billion in smart meters, they claim technology will lower customers’ electric bills, speed power restoration
Being forced to switch over to electric heat in homes and other buildings is not something New Jerseyans expected
More vigorous vegetation management programs have been met by stiff resistance in New Jersey for years
Proposal could lead to significant savings if it points the way to offshore-wind transmission backbone
Rep. Frank Pallone expected to help steer bill with strict health standards, reflecting those in New Jersey and some other states
The state Energy Master Plan extends alternative-energy opportunities to low- and middle-income communities. It’s a very smart move
At a time when the desire for outdoor space is at a premium, those living in one of the most congested areas of our state ...
The State Department of Agriculture says 81 acres of hemp crops have been planted so far this year and another 2 acres in greenhouses.
Natural Resource Damage suit says secret replacements for ‘forever chemicals’ may be just as toxic
Critics say heavy water use would stress streams, worsen pollution. They want a state authority to say ‘no’ to the deal
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