Marina Energy will be a piece of a partnership that's building one of the country's largest net-metered solar installations, in Lopatcong Township, for plastic bottles manufacturer Berry Plastics.Read More »
Princeton-based energy company NRG Energy Inc. announced today it has closed on the acquisition of the Gregory cogeneration plant in Corpus Christi, Texas. NRG is paying approximately $244 million in cash for the plant, exclusive of adjustments relating to working capital.Read More »
New Jersey Natural Gas has started work on a third compressed natural gas refueling station in South Jersey, the utility announced.Read More »
A bipartisan coalition of New Jersey's congressional delegation is introducing a bill to promote smart grids — an effort they say would limit damage storms like Hurricane Sandy can wreak on the state's energy system.Read More »
The summer rally in gas prices cooled last week in New Jersey and nationwide, but analysts are uncertain whether relief will last.Read More »
Iowa-based Biodiesel producer and marketer Renewable Energy Group Inc. announced Thursday it will offer biodiesel at the International-Matex tank terminals in Bayonne.Read More »
Jimin Liu has only had her Nissan Leaf for a few weeks, but she's already gotten used to answering the same old questions about electric vehicles.
"The questions that pop up most are where can I charge it, how long does it take me to charge it and how long can I drive it," she said.
Wall-based New Jersey Resources announced on Wednesday that its board has authorized it will add 1 million shares to its repurchase program.Read More »
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.