AGL Resources would become a subsidiary of Southern Company as part of the deal, which would create what the companies called the nation’s second-largest energy company based on customers served. […]
“When the applause died down, someone finally (asked) where are we going and I said Newark, and you could hear a pin drop,” said Joe Taylor, chairman and CEO of […]
ENER-G Rudox, a unit of U.K.-based ENER-G Cogen International Ltd., said Thursday it has purchased a building on East Union Avenue as its headquarters offices, expanded local manufacturing operations and […]
The American Gas Association is a 97-year-old organization that represents more than 200 local energy companies nationwide that deliver natural gas. “For 30 years, Ralph LaRossa has helped guide one […]
The Princeton-based energy company said in a news release that the dividend of 15 cents per share, or 58 cents per share on an annualized basis, will be payable on […]
“We are very pleased to get this new facility up and running,” Steve Bossotti, Covanta’s senior vice president, metals management, said in a prepared statement. “Sorting by material type and […]
That’s when they noticed something about the street that had been closed off for the ceremony. “A lightbulb went off,” said David Gaber, partner and CFO of the firm, later […]
The deals for Waste Recovery Solutions Inc. and Chesapeake Waste Solutions add four locations to the company’s asset base and expand its industrial material management network in the mid-Atlantic region, […]
Public Service Enterprise Group has named a new chief financial officer, replacing the retiring Caroline Dorsa.
More than 20,000 Hoboken residents were stranded for days without power or water and surrounded by massive flooding caused by Hurricane Sandy three years ago.
That's what happens when your city sits five feet below sea level.
Covanta Holdings Corp. announced Friday that its board of directors has declared a quarterly cash dividend.
PSEG Power announced Monday that it will be building a $600 million power plant in Woodbridge to replace four units that will be shut down after nearly 70 years in service.