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Taking charge: Kim Hanemann brings lessons from standout career to top job at PSE&G

You have to dig deep to find the first time Kim Hanemann was pegged for greatness and leadership, identified as someone who had the knowledge and knowhow to be the next president of Public...

N.J.’s energy master plan will triple your bills! Learn why!

New Jersey is accelerating its plan to make our state’s energy system 100% electric. To do that, we must completely convert our homes and businesses to electric-only systems — structural retrofits that will cost...

Clean Energy Equity Act would help create more equitable, resilient N.J.

Emerging from the pandemic will require more than just a return to where we were before. New Jersey needs resilience: in its grid, in its economy and in its environment. Because it helps meet...

NJIT, Ørsted to create scholarship, career opportunities for offshore wind-related study

New Jersey Institute of Technology and Ørsted have signed a memorandum of understanding for a 10-year, $1.5 million partnership that will create new scholarship and career development opportunities in the field of offshore wind...

Daly to retire as president of PSE&G

Public Service Electric & Gas President Dave Daly, who has served the company in numerous capacities for 35 years, announced Monday he is retiring, effect June 30. Daly will remain in an executive advisory role...

Hanemann to become president of PSE&G — is 1st woman to lead state’s largest...

Kim Hanemann will take over as president of Public Service Electric & Gas on June 30, becoming the first women to run the state’s largest utility in its 118-year history, the company announced Monday...

Ørsted to locate N. American digital operations headquarters in Newark — and it’s hiring,...

In another move connected to Newark’s strong broadband infrastructure, Ørsted announced Thursday it will open its North American Digital Operations headquarters in Newark. It’s hiring, too. The new office, which will integrate with Ørsted’s other digital...

NJ Wind Turbine Tech Training Challenge: EDA to award $1M grant to community college...

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority will award a grant of up to $1 million to the state community college that collaborates with union trade organizations and industry partners to establish an offshore wind...

Struggling with utility bills? JCP&L has new programs that can help

Jersey Central Power & Light President Jim Fakult said the utility understands many people are struggling to pay their bill — both residential and commercial. Fakult wants those people to know this: JCP&L can help....

Taking a stand: PSEG’s Izzo on why companies need to step up

Ralph Izzo, the longtime chair and CEO of Public Service Enterprise Group, admits his mindset regarding those positions has evolved over time. Izzo, who has served in both roles since 2007, said he now understands...

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Jersey City to cut ribbon on Smorgasburg food festival Saturday

Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop and officials from Mack-Cali Realty Corp. will have a ribbon-cutting for Smorgasburg at noon Saturday at the Harborside Campus...

Executive Moves: CBRE, Kearny Bank and more

Executive Moves is an occasional feature on ROI-NJ.com describing some of the important personnel changes in the New Jersey business community. Reports are based...

Women’s Association raises $150K to support behavioral health initiatives at Morristown Medical Center

The Women’s Association for Morristown Medical Center has raised $150,000 to support the mental health initiatives for Atlantic Behavioral Health at Morristown Medical Center,...

Industrial land with trailer parking sells for $2M+ in Irvington

A parcel of industrial land in Irvington was sold for just over $2 million, according to real estate firm Lee & Associates New Jersey. Logistics...

Executive Moves: Clara Maass, Provident Bank and more

Executive Moves is an occasional feature on ROI-NJ.com describing some of the important personnel changes in the New Jersey business community. Reports are based...