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Updated: Fishermen's Energy loses in court, report says

Updated: Fishermen's Energy loses in court, report says

Still no go for the windmills that Cape May-based Fishermen's Energy wants to build off the coast of Atlantic City, according to a published report...

JCP&L announces substation upgrades ahead of summer usage increase

Jersey Central Power & Light announced Tuesday that it has completed several projects in its service area in preparation for the summer.

Locus Energy solar fleet tops 1 GW mark

Back in 2012, there was 1 gigawatt of solar capacity in the entire United Kingdom. As of this month, the fleet of one New Jersey company has outdone...

Bringing new energy: For JCP&L President Fakult, increasing infrastructure and communication are key

James Fakult took over as president of Jersey Central Power & Light in June 2013. And while he was not with the company when Hurricane Sandy hit in...

Solar flare: Industry worried expiring tax credit could send it on another downward spiral

premium content Solar flare: Industry worried expiring tax credit could send it on another downward spiral

History repeating itself — that's what Scott Keller, sales manager at Garden State Solar LLC, pictures.

premium content Trash to treasure: A perfect spot for solar farms

PSE&G program finds way for landfills, brownfields to be repurposed for energy

Todd Hranicka long associated landfills with the old-fashioned Baltimore junkyards he and his father regularly drove to and flung a trunk's worth of...

premium content Out-of-state companies renewing their interest in New Jersey market

When Green Mountain Energy Co. set up shop in New Jersey in 2000, it was the first retail supplier offering renewable energy products to customers in...

premium content Nautilus in position of strength after surviving industry swings

Nautilus Solar started with some scribbled notes on a half-crumpled Starbucks napkin in Madison.

New Jersey Resources names treasurer

New Jersey Resources names treasurer

New Jersey Resources announced Thursday it has promoted Jamie Kent to treasurer.

NJBIZ Poll Question of the Week

Let’s do an update on casinos in North Jersey, should they be allowed — and, if so, how many? Vote View Results
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