Nov 1, 2011

In a first for EPA, agency sides with N.J. over pollutants from Pa. power plant

New Jersey is poised to see a huge reduction of harmful air pollutants from a coal-fired Pennsylvania power plant, thanks to the federal Environmental Protection Agency's approval of New Jersey's Clean Air Act petition.

Oct 31, 2011

Newark Housing Authority to ink energy contract projected to save 78M

The Newark Housing Authority will sign a contract Monday with Constellation Energy that will guarantee $78 million in savings over the course of the next 15 years.

Oct 31, 2011

The troubled past of power subsidies

If LCAPP is the current buzzword in the state’s energy industry, NUG remains something of a dirty word.

Oct 25, 2011

Clean-tech conference puts spotlight on investment in energy sector

New Jersey's first business- and investor-focused clean technology conference took place today at the Woodbridge Hilton, in the Iselin section of the township.

Oct 21, 2011

Committee seeks reform to state’s clean energy programs, policies

A committee of energy professionals is recommending the state streamline its Office of Clean Energy and improve its energy-efficiency programs to bring savings to ratepayers.

Oct 19, 2011

Atlantic City Electric applies for infrastructure spending continuance

Atlantic City Electric, which recently completed its 2009 infrastructure improvement program, announced today it is applying for a three-year extension, beginning next year, to continue improving reliability.

Oct 14, 2011

U.S. can use clean power to build economy, says top energy official

The United States must use the growing clean-power industry to build its economy and continue to be a worldwide leader in innovation, the nation's top energy official said Friday before a group of students, faculty and staff at Stevens Institute of Technology.

Oct 14, 2011

BPU holding hearing on generation capacity

The state of New Jersey's power generation capacity and its cost competitiveness will take center stage Friday as the Board of Public Utilities hears new testimony on generation capacity procurement and transmission planning during a "legislative-style" hearing in Trenton.

Oct 7, 2011

PJM pulls plug on South Jersey transmission line

A project intended to increase future electricity capacity for southern New Jersey was called off Thursday night, according to an announcement from Atlantic City Electric.

Oct 5, 2011

White House fast-tracks planned power grid enhancement between N.J., Pa.

A planned power grid enhancement between New Jersey and Pennsylvania has been fast-tracked by federal agencies, the White House said Wednesday.

Oct 3, 2011

Primus puts its petal to the metal

Moshe Ben-Reuven is passionate about finding a way to transition the nation's transportation system from dirty fossil fuels to renewable energy.

Jul 25, 2011

State announces record month for solar

The Department of Environmental Protection on Monday announced New Jersey had broken a record and reached a milestone in solar installations during the month of June.