New Jersey's solar industry weathered Hurricane Sandy in relatively good shape, but renewable energy advocates say the hard work has just begun.
Jersey Central Power & Light Co. announced it's conducting a new electrical safety training program for emergency personnel, part of an initiative to upgrade such plans in the wake of Hurricane Sandy and prior storms.
Summit-based Nautilus Solar Energy LLC announced Monday the opening of a San Diego office to serve as its base of operations for the West Coast solar market.
A bill before the state Senate could help make a highly publicized offshore electric transmission line a reality, but the proposal is raising plenty of questions — both about New Jersey's wind energy future and the potential cost to ratepayers.
New Jersey slipped one spot in its nationwide ranking for solar capacity in 2012, as growth cooled amid an expanding national market, a new report shows.
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities doled more than $5 million in energy-efficiency rebates this week to eight facilities, spanning business, education and health care.
Honeywell International Inc., of Morris Township, on Thursday announced an agreement to upgrade wastewater treatment plants for the Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority, which serves more than 97 percent of Puerto Rico’s businesses and 3.7 million residents.
NewWorld Environmental Infrastructure L.P., of New York, announced today it has invested in a six-project, 11.6-megawatt solar photovoltaic electricity production project portfolio developed by Soltage LLC, of Jersey City.
Alternative energy company Liberated Energy Inc., of Marlton, announced Wednesday it has acquired the patent rights from Perpetual Wind Power Corp. to its ridgeline roof wind device. Terms were not disclosed.
Williams, an energy infrastructure company in Tulsa, Okla., announced Monday that Ralph Izzo, president and CEO of Public Service Enterprise Group, has been elected to the company's board of directors.
St. Cloud, Fla.-based RenuEn Corp. a renewable energy developer, announced Thursday it acquired Alquimi Solar, a Saddle Brook-based solar development company. Terms were not disclosed.
Princeton-based NRG Energy announced it is installing an advanced solar power system at Hospital Bernard Mevs, in Port-au-Prince, as it continues its effort to provide reliable energy to Haiti.