NJBPU Takes Major Steps Forward for Offshore Wind in New Jersey

Opens solicitation for up to 2,400 MW and releases Offshore Wind Strategic Plan toward 7,500 MW The New Jersey [...]

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 [...]

BILL WANTS 80% OF NJ’S POWER TO COME FROM RENEWABLE SOURCES BY 2050

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