Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G), New Jersey Senate President Stephen Sweeney, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin and New Jersey State Senator Donald Norcross celebrated the start of construction on its largest solar project to date, an 11.18-MW solar farm at the Kinsley Landfill.
Public Service Electric and Gas (PSE&G) began construction on a 10.14-MW solar farm on 40-acres at the former Parklands Landfill.
As the nation exits the July 4 holiday weekend, 99 of the 100 commercial nuclear units in the United States are currently producing power, according to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's (NRC) daily reactor status report on July 7.
Spot power prices in all 10 regions monitored by the Energy Information Administration (EIA) showed an increase across the board in figures posted on the EIA website June 30.
Temperatures are climbing in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic while spot gas and electric prices are inching up in most areas and only a couple of the nation's 100 nuclear power units are currently offline as of June 16.
As the nation's energy grid moves from spring toward summer, the number of nuclear reactor units currently offline for some type of outage continues to dwindle.
Only 11 of the nation's 100 commercial nuclear reactor units were offline May 21, according to data from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), although a few listed their generation percentage at less than 5%.
Spot natural gas prices for all 10 regions monitored by the Energy Information Administration (EIA) all decreased in figures released May 12.
New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced a $60 million investment to support the Long Island solar industry's transition to PSEG Long Island, as part of the statewide NY-Sun Initiative.
Over the next few weeks, power companies will roll out their first set of quarterly earnings reports following the completion of the harsh winter punctuated by the so-called ‘polar vortex' in January.