Sunlight Financial, a Teaneck-based provider of loans for the residential solar market, has added a pair of C-suite executives, it announced Thursday.Read More »
Gov. Chris Christie and Senate President Steve Sweeney joined Public Service Enterprise Group Chairman and CEO Ralph Izzo on Tuesday in the Sewaren section of Woodbridge for a groundbreaking on the utility company's planned 540-megawatt duel fuel power plant there.Read More »
An Allentown-based energy and power generation company with extensive assets in New Jersey is being acquired by a private investment firm, it announced recently.Read More »
Russell Reid, a Keasbey-based waste management company, announced Tuesday it has acquired Aqua Resources’ pumping and hauling division.Read More »
Jersey Central Power and Light, a subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp., has proposed a $75 million system upgrade in Monmouth County to enhance the area’s electrical system.Read More »
Centrica plc has acquired ENER-G Cogen International Limited, a supplier of combined heat and power solutions, from ENER-G Holdings PLC, it announced Tuesday.Read More »
Public Service Electric & Gas Company wants to extend its Solar 4 All program, investing $275 million in solar projects on landfills and brownfields by 2021 and potentially creating 575 jobs during the construction process.Read More »
Voorhees-based water and wastewater utility company American Water has named a new president of its market-based business, known as American Water Enterprises, it announced Monday.Read More »
Bright ideas Choi feels her willingness to change company culture is why Moonachie-based Bulbrite still has shining future
After eight years at her father's company, Cathy Choi felt confident in her ability to lead as president in 2009.
She now had to convince her team — and her father, Andrew Choi — that her distinctive leadership style was key to growing the business.
NRG Energy Inc.'s residential solar unit, NRG Home Solar, will continue to do business in New Jersey following a strategic review, albeit after some potential layoffs in the Garden State.Read More »