Ørsted plans to build a wind farm off the coast of Atlantic City capable of generating 1,100 megawatts of energy, enough to power an estimated 500,000 homes.
A joint legislative committee heard the impact of climate change and ways to mitigate it from invited speakers who spoke about how the state can play a role.
Commissioners criticized the enabling statute which didn’t let them award a smaller subsidy. They want that amended.
The Board of Public Utilities voted 4-1 to approve the bailout at a packed meeting Thursday in the State House annex.
Murphy’s ultimate goal: making New Jersey’s energy sources 100% renewable by 2050. Environmental advocates say that should include a moratorium on new fossil fuel infrastructure.
The Board of Public Utilities opened the process to get ideas from stakeholders to replace the incentive program with the goals of holding down solar costs and supporting the industry. The hope is to ...
Smaller workshops at the conference focused on things like police-community relations and the state's aging infrastructure.
Attendees asked the committee -- which is made up of members from the Board of Public Utilities -- to rethink state projects with environmental impact as a whole system instead of individually.
You can kill the lights and watch the thermostat, but the committee drafting New Jersey’s new energy master plan wants big ideas about cutting energy consumption and saving money.
What benefits can Jersey expect to see from offshore wind, and what will it take to get these ambitious plans off the ground?
Establishing a community solar pilot program is part of the governor's ambitious plan to get the state to 50 percent renewable energy by 2030.
Companies with offshore leases want to bid on building New Jersey’s first wind farms.
Sports betting is big business. It’s also now legal, thanks to Monday’s landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
The BPU is taking official testimony and gauging the performance of the state's utilities at a series of public hearings.
Residents and town officials gathered at a Board of Public Utilities fact-finding forum in Byram Thursday night, to tell their stories directly to squirming utility reps.