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Ralph LaRossa leaving PSE&G for new role leading PSEG Power

Ralph LaRossa leaving PSE&G for new role leading PSEG Power

Ralph LaRossa is leaving his post as president and chief operating officer of Public Service Electric & Gas for a new position in the Public Service...

Linde announces production joint venture with Air Products

Bridgewater-based Linde North America Inc. announced a new joint venture with Air Products to build a large-scale air separation unit and industrial...

JCP&L completes $124M Monmouth transmission line project

Jersey Central Power & Light’s $124 million Oceanview Reinforcement Project has gone into service, the utility announced Tuesday.

Campbell announces new solar array at HQ in Camden

Campbell Soup Co., in partnership with BNB Renewable Energy Holdings, Sunpower Corp. and ORIX USA Corp., broke ground Wednesday on a 4.4 megawatt...

National Infrastructure Week showcases its importance to N.J., U.S.

Industry Insights: National Infrastructure Week showcases its importance to N.J., U.S.

By Andrew Hendry, New Jersey Utilities Association

The New Jersey Utilities Association is joining with hundreds of business, labor and advocacy organizations to recognize National Infrastructure Week...

J.F. Kiely Construction opens N.J. water resources division

J.F. Kiely Construction Co., part of the Kiely Family of Cos., recently announced it opened a new water resources division in Wall Township.

Power players: 3 N.J. entrepreneurs are trying to shake up the energy industry in their own way

In the last days of the steam locomotive rumbling through the Garden State, New Jersey was an epicenter for groundbreaking inventors.

Shining a light: Perper has become evangelist for LED lighting, joining growing energy efficiency sector

It was when Jon Perper was running a bowling alley that a lightbulb went off. … And off, and off again.

Eight added to state chamber board of directors

Eight added to state chamber board of directors

The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce elected eight new members to its board of directors earlier this month.

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