Head of Department of Environmental Protection says her last day will be Jan. 15
Atlantic City, Hoboken and Camden among the most vulnerable to climate effects
Critics of proposal for state to leave PJM power grid say Biden administration would be much more favorable than Trump administration to state’s clean-energy policies
Marsh restoration is a promising new tool in the fight against rising seas, but more is needed to help save coastal communities
The New Jersey Pinelands are on the fringes of the heavily populated Northeast Corridor. While this area is remote, it is within a short drive ...
Izzo discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the service provider and those it serves, PSEG's capital plan, and the future of clean energy and nuclear.
Utility’s finances to be probed after its parent company terminates senior executives and rating agencies issue downgrade
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
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