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PSEG Power Adds Momentum to the Pace of Coal Plant Retirements

PSEG Power is retiring two coal plants that generate about 1,200 megawatts of electrics on June 1, 2017. That’s on top of the nearly 18,000 megawatts that was retired over the last year, which was older and mostly smaller units.

PSE&G Converts Landfills, Brownfields to Solar Farms

New Jersey utility Public Service Electric and Gas Company has converted two landfills into solar farms, bringing its total landfill/brownfield solar projects to seven. The two new projects — the 10.14 MW-dc Parklands Solar Farm in Bordentown, New Jersey and the 11.18 MW-dc Kinsley Solar Farm in Deptford, New Jersey … Read more »

PSE&G Incentives Employees’ Electric Cars

PSE&G has launched a program to encourage New Jersey businesses to provide employees with electric car charging at work by providing smart charging equipment for about 150 cars. Charging stations will be given out on a first come, first serve basis to companies that secure a commitment from a minimum … Read more »

Power Plants Cut CO2 Emissions 7% in Three Years

Power Plants Cut CO2 Emissions 7% in Three Years

US power plants cut emissions from nitrous oxides (NOx), sulfur dioxide (SO2) and CO2 in 2011 even as overall electricity generation increased, according to data from the Energy Information Administration and the EPA. In 2011, power plant NOx and SO2 emissions were 70 percent and 72 percent lower, respectively, than … Read more »

EV Project Offers Free Blink Chargers to Commercial Sites in Three Cities

Clean electric transportation and storage technologies provider ECOtality said that it will offer its Blink smart charging stations free to commercial host sites and residents of Chicago, Atlanta and the greater Philadelphia area, as part of its expansion of The EV Project, a public-private research initiative with the Department of … Read more »