Spotlight on Energy Solar flare #8212 Industry worried expiring tax credit could send it on another downward spiral
History repeating itself — that's what Scott Keller, sales manager at Garden State Solar LLC, pictures. He's thinking of a story that begins with the solar industry's shining moment in the '80s, when Keller first entered photovoltaic panel sales. The government was pouring resources into incentivizing it and no one wanted to be left in the...
A North Carolina energy services company is moving to Newark, bringing at least 10 jobs with it, the firm announced Tuesday.
Parsippany-based PBF Energy Inc. announced Thursday that its subsidiary has purchased a New Orleans-based refinery for $322 million
PSEG Power’s wholly-owned subsidiary PSEG Fossil has acquired a Maryland power plant project from Genesis Power LLC.
NJBIZ has learned that Children's Specialized Hospital CEO and President Amy Mansue has been named the next chair of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, succeeding Public Service Enterprise Group Chairman and CEO Ralph Izzo.
Jersey Central Power & Light announced Monday it has completed a $10 million substation expansion project in West Amwell Township.
The North American subsidiary of the world's second-largest environmental services company has opened a new corporate headquarters in Paramus, it announced Friday.
American Water Works, a Voorhees-based national water utility, received approval Tuesday from the state Economic Development Authority for a 10-year, $164 million Grow New Jersey award to build a new 250,000-square-foot headquarters facility in Camden.
Still no go for the windmills that Cape May-based Fishermen's Energy wants to build off the coast of Atlantic City, according to a published report Friday.
Jersey Central Power & Light announced Tuesday that it has completed several projects in its service area in preparation for the summer.
Back in 2012, there was 1 gigawatt of solar capacity in the entire United Kingdom. As of this month, the fleet of one New Jersey company has outdone that figure.
Nautilus Solar started with some scribbled notes on a half-crumpled Starbucks napkin in Madison.