Murphy delivered his sales pitch to an international offshore wind forum Wednesday, promising industry stakeholders that political winds are finally blowing their way.
The room at the DEP headquarters in Trenton was packed with people who had questions about how New Jersey will re-enter the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, otherwise known as RGGI.
With the fourth nor’easter in a month looming, utility companies are under pressure to perform well after getting lambasted for letting power outages last for days after prior storms.
Two nor’easters combined to knockout power to more than half a million people across New Jersey in the space of a week. By midafternoon Monday, more than 4,000 customers remained disconnected ...
The president of the Board of Public Utilities says it can order utilities to follow certain procedures and protocols, and that may happen in the wake of these two storms.
Murphy set a goal of 3,500 megawatts of wind-generated energy by 2030.
The BPU is looking to reduce the state's energy consumption and lessen the effects of climate change.
Microgrids are small-scale, localized power systems that provide back up power.
The president's Voter Fraud Commission wants your detailed personal and public data. Most states won't turn over everything. Will New Jersey? Can a stand alone electrical grid be built strong enough ...
Residents Against Giant Electric is fighting JCP&L plans to plant poles to carry a new electrical transmission line.
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities is offering towns money to conduct feasibility studies to create microgrids.
A civil rights icon generates a tweetstorm from Trump. Might some New Jersey representatives boycott the inauguration in solidarity? Police say they're finding their jobs more difficult and dangerous. ...
Closing the gender pay gap. A call to override the governor's veto of an equal pay bill he says would be bad for business. A light at the end of the Gateway Program. All stakeholders agree a new ...
BPU Board President Richard Mroz volunteered to work as presiding commissioner to reach an agreement.
After 22 years, James Hughes, dean of the Bloustein School for Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University, is taking a sabbatical in order to pursue other efforts advocating for New Jersey.