Consistent rainfall in October eases drought conditions in most of the state.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission issues draft Environmental Impact Statements, public hearings scheduled for next month.
Despite stiff opposition by environmental groups, the Assembly expands clean energy to include trash incinerators, clean coal plants and other technologies.
PSEG subsidiaries want to recover more than $60 Million in projected upgrades from PJM Interconnect.
As four solar installations are deployed to four schools, Newark announces Green Energy Education for high school students.
Number of households enrolled in board's Universal Service Fund crosses 200,000 for first time.
New Jersey moves to create a program that will put it out in front of the nascent offshore wind industry.
One thing hasn't changed about the much debated solar power measure, its original backers will not support it.
State DEP calls progress ‘amazing’ but environmentalists are far more doubtful.
Stealth RFP continues to draw fire from lawmakers and environmentalists.
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