How much is it costing utility customers to support New Jersey’s aggressive clean energy goals?
Offshore wind backers, with big public support, tell Gov. Chris Christie, “It’s time to bring offshore wind to the Jersey Shore.”
Mosaic, the service that gives regular folks a chance to earn money investing in solar installations, gets in on a big New Jersey military base project.
Can some solar systems improve the reliability of the power grid, even if extreme storms buffet an area? A long-time solar developer in New Jersey says they can.
The Obama administration announces a second competitive offshore wind lease, off Virginia, but New Jersey regulators put up roadblocks for Fishermen’s Energy.
Putting out the news on paper might be old-school, but not so much when you’re using solar to power the printing presses.
New Jersey becomes the third state to pass 1 gigawatt in installed solar, joining California and Arizona.
According to a Princeton study, the thickness of a “cool roof” may have as much of an influence on energy savings and thermal performance as surface reflectivity.
A town on the Jersey Shore needs money to fix its boardwalk, and a wave power developer says his concept might be just the ticket to raising funds.
Offshore wind supporters in New Jersey see job opportunities possibly slipping away as the Christie administration delays implementing legislation.
In a party that treats solar power like the devil’s work, New Jersey’s Republican Gov. Chris Christie is showing a willingness to treat it with a little respect.