New Jersey's largest electric utility wants to start charging customers before work has begun on transmission project, along with other incentives.
Audit reveals agency can't account for $600,000, used state and federal funds for country club dues.
DEP Commissioner Bob Martin says sustainable financing would avoid annual threat of shutdowns.
The state's four electric utilities claim to have signed "under protest" capacity contracts with new power suppliers.
A reliable grid should be good news for New Jersey and other states, since it means they won't have to shell out for major upgrades.
The state's new web-based registry eliminates licensing fees and helps with fishery management.
An arcane, uncertain approvals process is partly to blame for NJ's dearth of new power plants.
Federal government to give offshore wind developers a chance to bid on lease blocks located off the New Jersey coast.
The administration's latest appointee to the Highlands Council is "diametrically opposed" to the Highland protection act.
Commission is one of more than 60 agencies targeted for elimination by Christie administration.