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Trenton previews microgrid project amid statewide push for energy infrastructure upgrade

Microgrids are small-scale, localized power systems that provide back up power. If the grid goes down, critical systems can stay up.

Debate over how to spend NJ’s share of Volkswagen settlement money

Sens. Bateman and Smith want to spend New Jersey’s share of the Volkswagen settlement money on reducing diesel emissions and adding more charging stations for zero-emission vehicles.

PSEG CEO discusses his vision for the future of energy in NJ

Ralph Izzo, chairman, president and CEO of PSEG, wants to focus on reducing energy use while making it more environmentally friendly to produce.

Ortley Beach replenishment effort underway

A long-awaited beach replenishment project in Sandy-damaged shore towns is now underway and its being met with relief and resistance.

Local leaders react to President Trump’s withdrawal from Paris Climate deal

President Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement has caused resistance in some while others maintain support.

NJ, NYC locked in dispute over Upper Delaware water supply

New Jersey and New York City officials are arguing over how to divvy up water from the Delaware River Basin after an existing agreement expires at midnight.

Veterans get new start through greenhouse program

Located on the VA Lyons campus near Basking Ridge, the greenhouse is dedicated to employing previously homeless veterans.

Flood map updates could fall victim to federal budget cuts

The president's budget proposal calls for eliminating the $190 million in discretionary appropriation for the NFIP's updating of flood maps.

Jersey beaches in great shape, but federal budget alarms shore officials

Ninety percent of beach projects rely on federal money. Shore businesses are responsible for half of New Jersey's tourism dollars, which amounts to $20 billion.

A Day in the Life of a Dairy Farmer

Sugar Maple Jerseys Dairy Farm in Stockton milks its cows twice a day in 12-hour intervals starting at about 5 a.m.