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Coming to terms: The New Jersey Energy Resilience Bank making it easier to get Sandy loans

premium content Coming to terms: The New Jersey Energy Resilience Bank making it easier to get Sandy loans

Millions of gallons of raw — in some cases, untreated — sewage poured into New Jersey rivers, canals and lakes during Hurricane Sandy.

South Jersey Industries declares quarterly dividend

Folsom-based South Jersey Industries declared its regular quarterly dividend for the first quarter of 2015 on Monday.

Fort Lee-based power-equipment maker acquires Connecticut company

Pioneer Power Solutions, a Fort Lee-based manufacturer of electrical power generation equipment, announced Thursday that it had acquired a...

Hillsborough infrastructure company appoints EVP/general counsel

Natural Systems Utilities LLC, a technology infrastructure development company, announced Friday that Jonathan C. Kaledin has joined the company as...

The power player: PSEG's Izzo leading the charge to rebuild New Jersey's infrastructure

The power player: PSEG's Izzo leading the charge to rebuild New Jersey's infrastructure

If being at the helm of New Jersey's oldest and largest investor-owned utility wasn't demanding before, it certainly became a hectic job after...

MISTRAS Group awarded So. Jersey contract by PSEG Nuclear

Asset protection provider MISTRAS Group Inc., through its Power Generation Group, announced Wednesday that it has signed a contract with PSEG Nuclear...

premium content Enough energy to power a small island

No joke, Princeton Power has found way to bring energy to some remote spots on the globe

When a company must take a perilous weeklong boat journey off the coast of Africa to see its products in use, the far-reaching effect of the business...

premium content NRG is there for those eager to go off the (energy) grid

Among its many grand aspirations, Princeton-based NRG Energy is after the title of the nation's largest residential solar company.

NJBIZ Poll Question of the Week

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