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.
Constellation Energy has completed a 6-megawatt (MW) photovoltaic (PV) project in Vineland, New Jersey, bringing the small city’s total PV capacity to 24 MW.
The Newark Housing Authority and Constellation Energy will provide $50 million worth of energy efficient upgrades in 39 New Jersey housing developments.
Carteret, N.J., celebrates the opening of the new Commander George Lisicki Apartments, a green affordable housing complex for U.S. veterans.
The Lawrenceville School in New Jersey is installing a 6.1-megawatt ground-mounted photovoltaic system that will provide 90 percent of its electricity.
The Midtown Community School in Neptune, NJ, has turned its LEED-Platinum-winning green tech features into hands-on teaching aides in environmental studies.
Holmdel Investments of Holmdel, N.J., will soon be pulling power from one of the most efficient rooftop solar installations in the state, courtesy of Suntuity.
Researchers at the Stevens Institute of Technology are developing a new method that will make assessing offshore wind power potential faster and cheaper.
After recently surpassing California as the largest commercial solar market in the U.S., New Jersey will install a solar farm atop a state-owned landfill.