U.S. Energy Information Administration reports that wind capacity grew 40 percent annually between 2005 and 2009.
Camden County contracts to convert 60,000 tons of sewage into dried biosolids that can be burnt instead of coal.
State agencies left with more questions than answers regarding complex proposals for subsidizing offshore wind farms.
The future according to AWC includes cheaper electricity and tens of thousands of new jobs.
Ratepayer subsidies for power suppliers again a key issue in hearing before Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
More than ten townships along projected pipeline route have also adopted resolutions against hydro-fracking.
Public utilities embrace controversial Energy Master Plan, but lobby to upgrade gas and electric infrastructure and deploy smart metering.
First open hearing on state's revised Energy Master Plan elicits divergent opinions, little by way of agreement.
As hearings on draft Energy Master Plan begin, vexing questions remain about residential solar vs. utility-scale installations, which deliver far cheaper power.
More than 200 business executives call on participating states to put more muscle in RGGI's cap-and-trade program.