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Report: U.S. solar industry has best 1st quarter in history

The U.S. solar industry installed 6.1 gigawatts of solar capacity and had its best first quarter in history, according to the U.S. Solar Market Insight Q2 2023 report released last week by the Solar...

Atlantic City Electric customers in line for energy efficiency programs

Small business customers of Atlantic City Electric — including nonprofits — are now eligible to get a no-cost energy assessment, as well as incentives and interest-free financing to undertake recommended energy efficiency upgrades. The allowance...

Trinity Solar to power ‘Running with the Balloons 5K’ race this July

This year, at the 40th annual New Jersey Lottery Festival of Ballooning, Trinity Solar will provide participants with a unique opportunity to run through the largest summertime hot air balloon and music festival in...

New nonprofit aims to increase access to clean energy jobs for people of color

It seems everyone wants to participate in the fast-growing offshore wind energy sector in the state. A new New Jersey offshore equity community development corporation aims to make sure everyone can. The faith-based CDC, in partnership...

Future workforce: Equals Energy, AC Electric training next generation through internship program

How’s this for helping to develop the next generation of energy employees. Equals Energy, a Camden-based solar development company, along with its affiliate, Community Solar Circle, is hosting two Camden youth for a summer career...

Rutgers team to receive $1M in federal funding to combat climate change, access essential...

A team of researchers at Rutgers University – New Brunswick has been selected to receive a $1 million Civic Innovation Challenge award for a community-university partnership that combats climate change and improves access to...

New Jersey American Water reports more than $507M in system investments statewide in 2023

New Jersey American Water recently announced its 2023 end-of-year investment total for system improvements. The Camden-based utility said more than $507 million was invested to fund critical system upgrades and improvement projects across the...

How Jet Electrical Testing is using program with PSE&G to support economic development

Jet Electrical Testing, a state-designated, small and women-owned business based in Trenton, recently crossed a major project milestone, testing more than 1 million electric meters in support of Public Service Electric & Gas’ Smart...

Murphy increases N.J.’s offshore wind goal to 11,000 MW by 2040

Gov. Phil Murphy affirmed his desire to build the offshore wind industry in New Jersey on Wednesday when he signed an executive order that increases the state’s goal for megawatts by nearly 50% —...

PSEG selling solar portfolio to Quattro Solar

Public Service Enterprise Group has agreed to sell a solar facility portfolio, it announced this week, continuing its process of exploring options for its non-nuclear generating fleet. PSEG said in a news release that it...

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