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NJ needs PennEast Pipeline to stay competitive

NJ needs PennEast Pipeline to stay competitive

By Dennis Hart

As summer days get longer and hotter, for many, winter is already a distant memory. But for the state’s business community, each winter season...

Louis Berger helps restore power to Puerto Rican nursing home

Morristown-based infrastructure engineering and development firm Louis Berger has completed work to help restore power at a hurricane-ravaged nursing...

NJ settles deceptive sales practice lawsuit with energy vendor

A third-party energy supplier has agreed to a $1.36 million settlement with New Jersey authorities for allegedly scamming and overcharging customers,...

American Water closes on Pivotal purchase

American Water Works Co. closed on its $363.7 million cash acquisition of Pivotal Home Solutions from Southern Company Gas on Monday.

Atlantic City offshore wind project set for review

Atlantic City offshore wind project set for review

The state is set to hear plans for a wind energy project off the coast from Atlantic City.

PSEG to invest at least $14B in infrastructure

Newark-based Public Service Enterprise Group plans to invest $14 billion-$17 billion...

Holtec International wins highest LEED honor

The project team of Holtec International has won the LEED Project of the Year-Campus for its Holtec International Krishna P. Singh Technology Campus...

AC Gateway marks construction of South Jersey Gas HQ

Atlantic City elected officials, community leaders, project partners and employees of South Jersey Gas donned hard hats recently for a tour of the...

Murphy signs off on $300M nuclear energy subsidy

Murphy signs off on $300M nuclear energy subsidy

Gov. Phil Murphy approved a $300 million yearly nuclear energy subsidy on Wednesday morning, bailing out two of the state's nuclear power plants,...

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