Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Plus RSS

Energy & Utilities News

Solar companies come to Middlesex County

Solar companies come to Middlesex County

Two solar industry companies have new homes in Middlesex County after a set of deals brokered by Colliers International, the real estate services...

Energy services company buys two Delaware businesses

Albireo Energy, an automation and energy services firm that has its Northeast headquarters in Edison, has taken over a pair of Delaware-based...

American Water Works moving HQ to Camden Waterfront, not Gateway District

Plans for American Water Works Co. Inc.'s new headquarters in Camden are shifting to the city's waterfront, where a developer has been planning a $1...

JCP&L finishes project to boost service in Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth counties

Jersey Central Power & Light has completed the final phase of a $48 million, 11.5-mile transmission line project to enhance utility reliability in...

Christie, Sweeney join Izzo as PSEG breaks ground on Woodbridge power plant

Christie, Sweeney join Izzo as PSEG breaks ground on Woodbridge power plant

Gov. Chris Christie and Senate President Steve Sweeney joined Public Service Enterprise Group Chairman and CEO Ralph Izzo on Tuesday in the Sewaren...

premium content Wine, solar industries find their common ground: Partners may be odd couple, but they are hoping the combination proves lucrative

More than 100,000 people each year visit New Jersey's wineries to view and taste over 80 varieties of grapes that grow on more than 2,000 acres in...

Ewing waste hauler expands through N.J. acquisition

A Ewing-based waste and recyclables collection and hauling company has acquired a New Brunswick-based provider of solid waste collection services, it...

PSEG Fossil president to retire

Public Service Enterprise Group announced Thursday that Rich Lopriore, president of PSEG Fossil, is retiring as of July 1.

PSE&G wants to expand solar capabilities with $275M project; could create 575 jobs

PSE&G wants to expand solar capabilities with $275M project; could create 575 jobs

Public Service Electric & Gas Company wants to extend its Solar 4 All program, investing $275 million in solar projects on landfills and brownfields...

close