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. [...]

Northeast States See Solar Policy Turn Around With New Governors

Even when the federal government wages war against clean energy, states can build their own robust solar industries with [...]

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 Board of Public Utilities Approves Community Solar Pilot Program

The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) has approved rules for a new community solar pilot program that will give [...]

New Jersey Clean Energy Bills Languish on Governor’s Desk

Just over a month ago, the New Jersey State Legislature passed a trio of clean energy bills focusing on [...]

New Jersey Passes Nuclear Subsidies, Boosts Renewables Target to 50%

The RPS bill includes a 2 gigawatt energy storage target and sets higher goals for solar. The nuclear bill [...]

NJ Offshore Wind Farm Gets Closer to Cranking Out Megawatts

Long-delayed pilot off Atlantic City gets OK from legislative panel, but some environmentalists argue it’s time to move directly [...]

From Residential to Utility-Scale, Solar Wins in Recent State-Level Actions

A series of recent state-level actions have been lauded by industry advocates as positive steps for driving deployments of [...]

Murphy Restarts Big Offshore Wind Plan for New Jersey

Governor Phil Murphy signed an executive order Wednesday to return the state to national leadership in offshore wind energy. [...]