New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJ BPU)
New Jersey’s Board of Public Utilities launched its second attempt to solicit solar projects at a price the agency considers acceptable to ratepayers, driven by the hope that the high costs that derailed a similar solicitation earlier this year have subsided.
The New Jersey Senate Environment and Energy Committee took testimony on a bill that would put into law the state’s goal to reach 100% clean energy by 2035.
Recent setbacks will not prevent the New Jersey BPU from moving forward with the state's commitment to offshore wind.
NJ Transit, the state's mass transit agency, will spend $3.8 million on 19 electric vans as the agency pushes for modernization.
New Jersey’s Board of Public Utilities has released its agrivoltaics proposal, designed to incentivize 200 MW of capacity in a three-year pilot program.
After years of largely overlooking geothermal, New Jersey has begun an effort proponents hope will better integrate the energy source into the state’s renewable energy portfolio.
New Jersey will split off the connection infrastructure part of the offshore wind farm development and hold a separate solicitation for the infrastructure work.
A coalition of commercial fishing interests, hotel and motel owners and an environmental group have sued to overturn approval for New Jersey’s first offshore wind project.
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 awarded $12.7 million in grants to install electric vehicle chargers at 405 new locations, including multiunit dwellings and tourism hot spots.
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