New Jersey needs a new approach to infrastructure that reflects 21st century needs and explores realistic ways to fund necessary infrastructure investment that will fuel economic success, a report released Sunday concluded.
It's been nearly two years since Gov. Chris Christie announced New Jersey would leave the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, but in the months since the state's departure, some say the impact has been purely symbolic.
Major parts of New Jersey's power and distribution networks rebounded quickly after Hurricane Sandy, but many questions remain about how to protect them against future disasters, experts in those industries said today.
United Water, of Harrington Park, a nationwide providers of water services, announced today its board of directors has elected Anthony Coscia to be its chairman.
A report showing a global decline in clean energy investment is consistent with recent trends in New Jersey, according to observers of the state’s landscape. But renewable energy watchers say the pattern is not cause for alarm.
Marlton-based construction risk manager Hill International on Thursday announced it received two contracts, together worth nearly $12 million.
Akron, Ohio-based FirstEnergy Corp., parent of Jersey Central Power & Light, announced today the retirement of JCP&L President Don Lynch, effective June 3.
Hurricane Sandy cost the state's electric utilities hundreds of millions of dollars in emergency repair and restoration efforts, but as utilities seek to recover those costs — and ponder large-scale infrastructure upgrades — the largest energy users are raising red flags about the potential for runaway spending, as power providers seek...
NRG Energy Inc., of Princeton, has entered into an agreement to acquire a cogeneration plant, in Corpus Christi, Texas, in a $244 million deal.
New Jersey’s Division of Rate Counsel announced it is moving its offices from Newark to Trenton, effective today, in a bid to centralize operations.
New Jersey utilities will spend several hundred million dollars this year to improve infrastructure, proceeding with planned upgrades while regulators sort through rate hike requests submitted to cover past projects.
North American Power Partners, a Moorestown-based energy service company, has signed a three-year agreement with the Southern California Public Power Authority to design and provide demand response programs to its members, according to a news release.