New Jersey’s republican governor signs on to a bill that’s intended to keep the state rolling along as a U.S. leader in solar power installations.
New Jersey edged California in new PV capacity in the first quarter, but California is the first state to reach 1 gigawatt in customer-generated solar energy.
A new report shows CO2 emissions are down big-time in a Northeast U.S. cap and trade program, and backers are trying to get New Jersey back in the fold.
New Jersey has its first solar farm on a state-owned landfill, the 3-megawatt Kearny Landfill Solar Project, part of a PSE&G project called Solar 4 All.
The official dedication took place recently for a 12.5 megawatt (MW) solar farm in New Jersey, the biggest solar project of its kind east of the Mississippi according to its owners.
More than 1 million square feet of rooftop solar panels cover the Gloucester Marine Terminal in New Jersey, keeping fruits, meats and dairy products fresh.
Solar power is providing nearly 30 percent of the energy for at the military’s “Battle Lab” training center in New Jersey, saving $118,000 annually.
GeoPeak Energy in New Jersey just installed one of the largest high-efficient, residential solar power systems in the country, using SunPower solar panels.
New Jersey American Water has two major solar arrays under construction aimed at cutting the carbon footprint associated with treating and distributing water.
AOL Energy reports on a plan in New Jersey from its GOP governor designed to develop new sources of clean energy and boost the use of renewables to meet an ambitious statewide goal.
Nine million gallons of toxic crud went into Price’s Pit Landfill in New Jersey, but the EPA has its eye on it for a possible solar power installation.