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November 1 -- Duke Energy, the nation's largest electric utility, today deployed 1,000 additional workers to help other utilities in eight states restore power to more than 6 million homes and businesses in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. >>View Article 

August 23 -- At this moment, the U.S. can reinvent how we produce, store, transport, and consume electricity. With an abundance of domestic energy, our country is on its way to becoming “energy independent” by the end of the decade. But powering our homes and businesses with natural gas or other fossil fuels does not mean a reliable, clean, and affordable flow of electricity will follow. >>View Article

April 12 -- New Jersey's proposal to start funding renewable energy storage projects comes at the same time that the state is cutting renewable energy funding down to $7.5 million for 2014. >>View Article

March 20 -- The more than 20,300 solar projects installed statewide with the help of subsidy credits include residences, businesses and government facilities, along with landfills and brownfields, according to a BPU news release detailing the milestone. >>View Article

January 28 -- An energy company has installed more than 25,000 solar panels at the county’s Apple Orchard Lane complex in North Brunswick — enough to power the entire complex of seven buildings, which includes the county jail, county archives, youth detention center, highways and bridges building, public property and central vehicle buildings, and county sheriff’s substation.  >>View Article

Wednesday, 07 November 2012 21:01

Geothermal Designs Arise as a Stormproof Resource

November 7 -- Advocates for geothermal energy say that the path of destruction cut by Hurricane Sandy, which unearthed fuel tanks, ravaged cooling towers and battered air-conditioners, has already persuaded some building owners to switch to geothermal systems that use underground pipes to harness the earth’s energy for heating and cooling buildings. >>View Article 

November 5 -- The Mid-Atlantic Solar Energy Industries Association (MSEIA) and the Pennsylvania Solar Energy Industries Association (PASEIA) today released a study by consulting firm Clean Power Research showing that solar power in New Jersey and Pennsylvania delivers value to the electric grid that exceeds its cost by a large margin, making it a bargain for energy consumers. >>View Article 

August 20 -- Three years ago, politicians lauded plans to build a wind farm 13 miles off the coast of Delaware, and two New Jersey firms joined forces to lead the effort: Princeton’s NRG Energy merged with Hoboken’s Bluewater Wind, which had a power purchase deal with Delmarva Power. >>View Article

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