NJ Policy: Solar Firms Get More Time to Secure Key Certificates

BPU says companies that have completed projects should be granted so-called SRECs, even if they can’t get final inspections [...]

NJ Goes to Court to Fight Federal Order on Renewable Energy Sources

State attorney general, Board of Public Utilities say energy regulator wants to ‘tip the scales’ away from clean fuels. [...]

New Jersey Solar Policy: 75 MW of Community Solar in 45 Projects Approved

The projects represent one-third of the state’s Community Solar Energy Pilot Program’s total capacity and will serve low- to [...]

NJ Rate Counsel Opposes PSE&G’s $2.78 Billion Energy-Efficiency Filing

Rate Counsel’s consultants also feared the utility’s energy-efficiency proposals would displace some of the state Office of Clean Energy’s [...]

New Jersey Approves Largest Single-State Offshore Wind Solicitation to Date

The state is seeking 1,100 megawatts of offshore wind capacity to commence construction before federal tax credits expire. The [...]

New Jersey Moves on 1.1-GW Offshore Wind Solicitation

Following on an executive order issued by Gov. Phil Murphy in late January, New Jersey regulators this week approved [...]

New Jersey Senate Passes Bill Requiring Utility Companies To Purchase 80% Renewable Electricity By 2050

The New Jersey Senate has passed a bill that will require utility companies operating in the state to source [...]

NJ Bill Hikes Offshore Targets

New Jersey lawmakers are considering aggressive renewable energy legislation that would require 3GW of offshore wind generation by 2030 [...]


Aggressive energy goals draw the ire of large manufacturers, questions and concerns from Rate Counsel The idea that 80 [...]

An Array Of Policies Makes New Jersey An Unlikely Leader In Solar Energy

The State of New Jersey is known for many things. It has the most diners, the longest boardwalk and [...]