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.
Murphy, who's made one of the largest commitments to wind energy in the nation, used the platform to announce the creation of the New Jersey Offshore Wind Supply Chain Registry.
Murphy came to announce new funding. The venue was the Shark River Municipal Marina. It washed away in Superstorm Sandy, the governor said, and has been rebuilt stronger.
Could Bloomfield's Lion Gate Municipal Complex represent the next generation of green infrastructure and resiliency projects?
Since taking office, Paterson Mayor Andre Sayegh has made the revitalization of the falls a major priority of his administration.
NJ Attorney General Gurbir Grewal says the lawsuit sends a message to companies that they will be held accountable for contaminating the state's resources.
The global movement known as the Youth Climate Strike demands lawmakers focus on climate change and make it their top priority.
The energy infrastructure company built a compressor station in Roseland in 2013. The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection recently approved two freshwater wetland permits that would ...
The New Jersey Office of the Attorney General filed a six-count suit against ExxonMobil for contamination found in its Lail property in Gloucester County. This is the fifth natural resource damages ...
It’ll cost over $75 million to complete the entire residential project. Until then the city continues handing out water filters, roughly 33,000 to date.
A decade ago the State Department of Environmental Protection agreed to rank it's most contaminated sites. Those rankings never happened.
According to EPA's annual Toxic Release Inventory report, NJ has considerably cut back its pollution output in the past two decades. But environmentalists are worried that recent rollbacks from the ...
The proposed 22-mile natural gas pipeline would have traveled through 10 miles of protected Pinelands forest area.
Fixing it will be expensive and difficult as sea levels continue to rise, yet governments and individual homeowners show little appetite for reining in construction on the very edges of the shoreline. ...