New Jersey’s largest utility company, Public Service Electric and Gas Co. (PSE&G), has filed a request with the state’s Board of Public Utilities to increase power usage rates so that it can increase overall revenues by roughly 1 percent.
The New Jersey Assembly, businesses and public utilities are working to solve the conundrum inherent with electric vehicles: residents want to buy electric cars, but they're worried that there aren't enough EV charging stations to make a long trip. On the other hand, investments aren't being made in EV charging stations because not enough people...
The green energy industry in New Jersey, especially solar, has been thriving, and brings a whole host of benefits to the table, including reducing the carbon footprint, creating energy efficiency and offering reliable sources of power generation and cost incentives to state businesses.
Comcast will invest $13 million to expand its fiber-based network into New Jersey, the company announced Friday.
Wall-based New Jersey Resources announced it has named Stephen Westhoven executive vice president and chief operating officer.
New Jersey-based Imperial Dade, a national distributor of disposable food service and janitorial supplies, announced it has acquired the assets of Kranz Inc.
Five years after Superstorm Sandy, Public Service Electric and Gas has completed infrastructure investments that will help protect the state’s power distribution grid withstand another major storm. During and after Superstorm Sandy, 2 million PSE&G customers were left without power – some for days.
New Jersey Natural Gas has received approval from the state’s Board of Public Utilities to slightly lower its rates this year.
Middlesex Water has filed a petition to increase water rates for its 61,000 customers with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities.
The Jersey City Council has voted to issue requests for proposals for companies to construct and maintain charging stations for electric cars, making it the first New Jersey city to construct such stations.
The Public Service Enterprise Group, the state’s largest provider of electricity, has hired the top prosecutor for Union County for the past four years, Grace Park, as a litigator and general counsel.
The state's Board of Public Utilities approved $2 million to fund 13 feasibility studies for a new micro-power grids that would power and connect Camden County's wastewater treatment plant to the Covanta Camden Energy Recovery Center, a waste-to-energy facility.