Verizon has announced a New Jersey pilot program for home energy management which will give home owners remote access to thermostats, appliances and more.
New Jersey’s PSE&G has broken ground on the first of several solar plants slated for former brownfields as part of a $515 million project.
The 25,000 square foot rooftop of the Bnos Bais Yaakov high school will be home to a new solar array, thanks in part to New Jersey’s solar-friendly incentives.
New Jersey trails only California in solar capacity in the U.S. And now Dow Jones is adding another 4.1 megawatts to the state’s total at its corporate campus.
A new 20-megawatt capacity solar farm has broken ground in New Jersey with the promise of providing clean energy to over 5,100 homes.
Ocean Power Technologies snares $2.75 million for second-phase work to power an anti-terrorism and maritime surveillance program off the New Jersey shore.
New Jersey’s Offshore Wind Economic Development Act is aimed at building the state’s green economy through the development of offshore wind energy projects.
In this regional green tech report we have wind power news galore, controversy around geothermal power and an Oregon man with a very fast custom electric car.
In this regional green tech report we check out clean energy grants in Pennsylvania, a women in solar class in Texas and a solar garden in Colorado.
A three-way partnership in New Jersey is putting 3.2 mW of solar energy to work in 19 public schools and a sports arena through a unique combination of funds.
FirstEnergy, a multi-state utility provider based in Ohio, has been granted around $57 million in federal Recovery Act dollars to build out smart grid deployments in some of its service areas.