The final vote was 8-4 with one recusal and two members of the 15 person board absent.
The BPU is looking to reduce the state's energy consumption and lessen the effects of climate change.
Environmentalists argue the $225 million settlement amounts to pennies on the dollar compared to what the state should receive.
The Salvation Army is collecting supplies to send for hurricane relief efforts around the country.
The lighthouse, decommissioned in 1927, has been re-lit and continues to draw thousands of visitors a year.
The report recommends standardizing data collection and providing funding for remediation.
The organization helps veterans and their families relax through outdoor activities.
Amazon unveiled the largest solar field in the state at its Carteret facility while other companies follow suit.
The main source for drinking water for three million people could see a significant dip in resources.
Berjé Inc, distributor of essential oils and aromatic chemicals, unveiled solar panel project.
Agriculture secretary says NJ to become the second highest peach-producing state in the nation.
The shore town is among those studying the feasibility of building a microgrid.
The regulations would require monitoring of PFNA and TLC levels, and treatment if water exceeds contaminant threshold.
As temperatures and sea levels rise, experts urge action on renewable energy sources.