National Park Service review of project could end up costing consumers $400 million, maybe more.
Federal court rules to dismiss challenges to the oldest nuclear plant in the United States.
Japanese nuclear disaster, struggles to build in-state power plants, are likely behind the latest setback.
Frustrated Board of Public Utilities opts to investigate rules and policies that may be slowing the development of new generating capacity.
Broadly backed bills would develop new parks in urban areas, fund waterfront improvement projects.
Governor tells NJ Environmental Federation his original doubts were due to not having a "fully formed opinion."
Low-profile state agency resolves to fight administration's recommendation to abolish it.
Without new ratepayer-subsidized power plants, state continues to face a capacity crunch.
Increased capacity could spur new jobs, report asserts, as well as drive down the cost of power in congested regions.
State's biggest utility is pushing customers that use large amounts of energy to cut costs by conserving gas and electricity.