May 19, 2024

New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJ BPU)

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NJ Enacts New Construction Electrification Incentives
New Jersey has enacted a package of new construction incentives worth up to $5.25 per square foot for new residential and nonresidential construction.
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PSEG Sees New Market for Nuclear in AI, Data Centers
PSEG is looking to use excess capacity at its three South Jersey nuclear generators to provide clean energy for data centers and AI development projects, CEO Ralph LaRossa said in the company’s first-quarter earnings call.
New Jersey Opens 4th Offshore Wind Solicitation
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities has opened its fourth offshore wind solicitation with a planned capacity of up to 4 GW.
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Forum: Innovation Key to Advance NJ Offshore Wind
Innovation and in-state project development will be key to New Jersey’s offshore wind future as the state advances its initiative to create an offshore power center that can connect to homes and businesses onshore, according to speakers at the Wind Institute Research Symposium.
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New Jersey BPU Picks 8 Grid-scale Solar Projects Totaling 310 MW
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities approved eight solar projects in its second solicitation for grid-scale projects, nine months after declining to support any bids in the first solicitation due to cost. 
FERC Approves PJM Involvement in 2nd NJ Offshore Tx Solicitation
FERC approved the participation of PJM in New Jersey’s second solicitation for transmission to interconnect offshore wind, as the state Board of Public Utilities evaluates proposals submitted by the solicitation’s April 3 deadline.
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PJM PC/TEAC Briefs: April 2, 2024
The PJM Planning Committee is considering a change to an issue charge framing a discussion on how capacity interconnection rights can be transferred from a retiring generator to a planned resource in the interconnection queue.
PSEG Plans for 80-year Nuclear Generation in NJ
New Jersey's Energy Master Plan says nuclear plants will need to be “retained past current licenses” and predicts that in 2050 nuclear plants will produce 16% of the state’s electricity.
Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind
New OSW Project Advances as NJ Gears up for 4th Solicitation
The developer of New Jersey’s most advanced offshore wind project is pushing ahead with a second project, as the state prepares to launch a new solicitation that could add as much as 4 GW in capacity.
NJ Offers Path Forward for Stalled, Stranded Solar Projects
New Jersey is trying to protect rooftop and other small-scale solar projects from the kind of developer failure that has affected projects across the country as installers wrestle with rising costs and interest rates.

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