Record rainfalls, deadly storms and statewide drought help paint a graphic picture of Garden State’s extreme weather.
Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility want water systems to monitor potentially dangerous compounds and treat their drinking water.
Assessment identifies the lesser known costs comprising a typical customer’s rate.
New medical center boasts its own power generation plant, promising reduced emissions and bills.
A sustainable green economy must meld consumer demand for new products and services and state and federal mandates crafted to support environmental goals.
New Jersey has set aggressive goals for its solar industry. The question now is can it afford to meet them.
The recent rainfall has replenished reservoirs, but environmentalists, DEP and water companies disagree on long-term health of water supply.
David E. Sweeney to oversee new professional cleanup program and manage oversight of 20,000+ contaminated sites.
Like their counterparts in New Jersey, consumer advocates in Pennsylvania are urging state regulators to decide if utilities overcharged customers.
Newark utility tells BPU that it saved consumers $32 million a year by not requiring affiliate to pay societal benefits charges.