The Board of Public Utilities stays with a system that helps prevent big spikes in electric bills, especially when natural gas prices soar.
Frustrated critics complain about agency's slow pace in getting the program off the ground.
Rate Counsel argues that keeping better track of projected costs of clean energy could help lower ratepayers' electric bills.
According to a proposed measure, the BPU must follow up decisions with a written statement in two weeks -- or the order is void.
Division of Rate Counsel moves to stop utility from reporting customer payment history to Experian.
The Division of Rate Counsel wants to block any project that would boost consumer electric bills by more than 2.5 percent.
A green infrastructure will move more than electric vehicles, it will move consumers from fossil fuels to clean energy.
Sixth-generation farmer Ronny Lee is an early adopter of a solar system for Lee Turkey Farm.
Some environmentalists worry that election results will slow efforts to curb global warming.
Power producers argue that dropping various surcharges could give them a competitive edge over out-of-state suppliers -- and the same advantage as PSEG.