Solar storage projects are being tested to solve the problem of the sun's limits as a source. In these systems, solar energy is used to power facilities and stored in batteries to be used after ...
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.
Last week, the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee advanced the so-called "dark money" bill that would require super PACs to disclose the names of donors. Regardless of the dramatic impetus to ...
Politicians benefit from 501(c)4 affiliations, but where's the money coming from?
The wet and windy official start of winter left people looking for cover.
Two state departments will merge weatherization efforts.
Could New Jersey be headed to court over the federal law limiting state and local tax deductions?
Gov. Phil Murphy joined state lawmakers to sign nuclear subsidy and renewable energy bills, despite some claiming it comes at the expense of ratepayers.
Despite Thursday's relatively easy votes, the difficult budget process still looms, and relations between the leadership of the majority party and the executive branch remain on edge.
The stock market ended this week the same way it did last week - with extreme volatility based on the latest headlines about trade.
Four hundred to 500 JCP&L customers in Byram remain without power since last Friday’s nor’easter.
Less than a week after a nor'easter cut power for thousands, another nor'easter is on the way and some still people still don't have power.
One of New Jersey’s biggest political and business events occurred this week as legislators, lobbyists, business leaders and others boarded the Chamber train to Washington D.C.