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NJ Passes Nuclear Subsidy Bill Limiting Purchase Obligations To Distribution Utilities
The New Jersey House and Senate both passed S2313, a bill providing subsidies to nuclear units via zero emissions certificates, with the ZEC purchase ...
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One Of New Jersey’s First Opt-Out Municipal Aggregations Returning Customers To Utility
Toms River, NJ, is transitioning its opt-out municipal electricity aggregation customers to default service, citing a lack of savings, Toms River Patc...
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NJ County Selects Retail Supplier
Hunterdon County, New Jersey, has awarded an electric supply contract to Great Eastern Energy, reports Hunterdon County made the selection via...
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Court Rejects Arbitration Clause In Contract Of Retail Supplier Solar Affiliate
A New Jersey county judge has ruled that an arbitration clause in the contract of NRG Residential Solar Solutions cannot be relied upon to dismiss a c...
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PSEG CEO Presses NJ Regulators To Allow Utilities To Be "Sales Channel" For New Products/Services
In public remarks outlining the company's vision for the future of New Jersey's energy industry, Ralph Izzo, president, chairman and chief executive ...
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N.J. Town Selects Supplier For Muni Aggregation (Consultant Fee Disclosed)
Manchester Township, NJ, has selected TriEagle Energy for an opt-out municipal electric aggregation program, Micromedia Publications reports For the ...
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NJR Names New VP Of NJR Energy Services, Responsible For Gas Supply, Transportation, Growth
New Jersey Resources named Timothy F. Shea as Vice President – NJR Energy Services (NJRES), effective January 1, 2017. Shea joined NJR in 1998 after ...
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Energy Marketer Names New COO Among Leadership Changes At Parent
Stephen Westhoven, currently Senior Vice President of wholesale energy marketer and large customer supplier New Jersey Resources Energy Services (NJRE...
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Retail Supplier Wins Contract To Supply NJ Borough
Aggressive Energy has won a contract to supply the municipal accounts of the Borough of Lakehurst in Ocean County, New Jersey, Micromedia Publications...
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NJ BPU Takes FERC To Court Over PJM Capacity Performance Approval
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities last week ratified the filing of a Notice of Appeal to the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circui...
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Public Opposition To "Government Intrusion" Into Energy Shopping Quashes Proposed Muni Aggregation
A proposed opt-out municipal aggregation in Hamilton Township, New Jersey was rejected by township leaders on the basis of public opposition to the op...
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PSE&G Seeks To Triple Utility-Owned Solar, Landfill Gas
Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G) announced that it has filed a request with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) to extend ...
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Four New Jersey Towns Join Muni Aggregation, Select Supplier reports that four New Jersey towns have joined a municipal aggregation, and have selected a supplier and rate For details on the supp...
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Retail Supplier’s Budget Billing Prompts Customer Complaints
The Asbury (NJ) Park Press reports on customer frustration with Ambit's budget billing program. According to the Asbury Park Press, the customer was ...
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Elizabethtown Gas Default Service Customers To Receive Refund
Elizabethtown Gas announced that residential and small commercial customers on basic gas supply service will be receiving a supply-related refund in t...
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