New Jersey Division of Rate Counsel
The New Jersey Legislature appears to be backing bills that would allow offshore wind developer Ørsted to directly received federal tax credits for its Ocean Wind 1 project.
New Jersey lawmakers are considering a pile of proposed laws related to clean energy as the legislature nears its summer recess.
New Jersey’s Board of Public Utilities pulled an agenda item modifying the state’s offshore transmission project after a Division of Rate Counsel complaint.
Consumer advocates, environmental groups and a Maryland lawmaker urged PJM to adopt more transparent decision making processes.
Utilities are pushing back against a BPU proposal that would prevent them from owning or operating projects in New Jersey's permanent community solar program.
A New Jersey plan to promote energy efficiency and provide measurable benefits to users encountered scrutiny over cost and effectiveness at two state hearings.
N.J. regulators approved two remote net metering projects totaling more than 250 kWdc as lawmakers consider a bill to make development of such projects easier.
New Jersey’s far-reaching OSW plans face challenges as the first project undergoes permit scrutiny and the state launches a third coastal wind solicitation.
A New Jersey bill to boost the use of renewable natural gas advances with opposition from environmental groups and support from business and union interests.
New Jersey regulators say a bill that would more than triple the size of a community solar program could stress an already overloaded grid.
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