The 1,100-megawatt joint venture between Ørsted and PSEG is expected provide clean energy to 500,000 homes while also delivering thousands of jobs and ramping up supply chain initiatives.
A total of $41,000 was awarded to five organizations that are engaged in sustainability projects to improve water source protection or watershed protection.
With the planned departure of the longtime leader, Chief Operating Officer Ralph LaRossa will take on the roles of president and CEO this fall, when Ralph Izzo transitions to executive chair for the remainder of his tenure.
The new agreement with the Salem County Vocational Technical School is essentially modeled after a similar one from December with Gloucester County Institute of Technology.
The state's last two facilities are expected to cease generating coal energy at the end of May 2022, nearly 30 months ahead of schedule.
U.S. Rep. Donald Norcross, D-1st District, announced the funds to expand the Paulsboro Water Treatment Plant to support job growth in the South Jersey offshore wind industry.
The Pequannock Water Treatment Plant work comes on the heels of the city’s Lead Service Line Replacement Program, which replaced all of its 23,000 lead lines.
The 48,500-square-foot location in Harrison, expected to be operational by the end of 2022, will support development and production and will include 4,000 square feet of showroom space.
As part of a plan designed to put an additional 2,000 people to work in the field, the utility said the initiative would provide low- to moderate-income residents with the skills needed to succeed in the sector.
In partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation, the Exelon utility has distributed more than 15,000 trees to its subscribers over the past 10 years.
Formerly known as National Energy Partners, the firm settled on its new name from the Latin word for "new beginnings," CEO Jeremy Conner said.
The firm behind major offshore wind projects taking shape in the state joins tenants including Mars Wrigley and Ware Malcomb.