Gov. Phil Murphy
Recent setbacks will not prevent the New Jersey BPU from moving forward with the state's commitment to offshore wind.
New Jersey’s commitment to a rapid adoption of clean energy will be unwavering, the newly appointed head of the Board of Public Utilities told a conference of business leaders.
New Jersey’s planned adoption of California’s Advanced Clean Car II rules stirred a heated exchange as business groups argued that the state is far from ready for a sudden surge in electric vehicle use.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy appointed Christine Guhl-Sadovy as president of the Board of Public Utilities. Guhl-Sadovy will succeed Joseph Fiordaliso, who died Sept. 6.
Joseph L. Fiordaliso, who led the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities as it embraced an aggressive and sweeping clean energy agenda marked by a major investment in offshore wind, has died.
New Jersey’s third offshore wind solicitation drew proposals from four developers, including two that would put turbines much farther out to sea than earlier projects.
New Jersey regulators agreed to vigorously promote a statewide shift from fossil-fuel space and water heating systems to electric appliances.
How fast can New Jersey switch to electric vehicles? Gov. Phil Murphy is putting the pedal to the metal with the adoption of California's Clean Car rules.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy hailed offshore wind as a once-in-a-generation opportunity to bring billion-dollar investments and millions of union jobs to the state.
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities has released a $50 million-a-year, three-year plan to cut building carbon emissions by prioritizing a shift from delivered fossil fuels to electric heat pumps.
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