Not long ago, New Jersey's solar market was a gold mine.Read More »
Implicit in Public Service Electric & Gas's Energy Strong infrastructure plan is the notion that spending money now will save money later by preventing future outages.
But while PSE&G has calculated the costs of its program — $3.9 billion — the monetary benefits are much more difficult to predict.
In a state where competitiveness is a constant buzzword and constant challenge, the solar energy industry used to be a bright spot.
The state was generally considered second only to California, and briefly enjoyed the status of being the hottest commercial solar market in the United States.
Joe Olivo had been getting solicitations from solar developers for years before he finally decided to give a company called EnterSolar a try.Read More »
A growing solar development firm is looking to hire dozens of employees to help it meet consumer demand.Read More »
Even before Hurricane Sandy, those charged with overseeing the state's water infrastructure knew they were falling behind on maintenance.Read More »
The push for natural gas-fueled vehicles got a boost Wednesday with the opening of a new fueling station in Newark.Read More »
The state's largest utility was on Capitol Hill today to explain how social media became a critical communications tool in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.Read More »
From its state-of-the-art operations center in Stewartsville, a team of Linde Group staffers coordinates natural gas deliveries throughout North America, and monitors Linde plants from thousands of miles away.Read More »
It's been a busy time for the energy sector and hospitals: Public Service Electric & Gas and Trinitas Regional Medical Center announced the completion of more than $3.7 million worth of energy-efficiency upgrades to the Elizabeth hospital. And Bayonne Medical Center got approval from the state Board of Public Utilities for $950,000 in rebates for...Read More »