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How Solar Energy Can Help Avoid Large Energy Rate Increases [SPONSORED]

By Candace Adams

How do you feel about the service you receive from your utility? Would you be willing to pay up to 10% more for your electricity next year? If you’re not thrilled at the idea of a rate increase, you’re not alone. We've partnered with Trinity Solar to show you how solar can help you avoid some of these big rate increases.

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3 Common Misconceptions About Solar Energy Debunked [SPONSORED]

Author - Justin Puik

Let’s face it,  the idea of a solar installation can be scary. You may be thinking to yourself, “I don’t want to pay some huge amount of money to have people drill holes in my roof!” That’s fair. Any addition to your home should be well-thought out and researched, and we always want our neighbors to have all the facts. We realize you may have heard a lot of different things about solar, and we want to clear up some of the misconceptions that may be floating around the community. We've teamed with Trinity Solar to dismiss 3 common myths about solar energy.

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Potential Rate Hikes Not Welcome By Most JCP&L Customers [AUDIO]

Jersey Central Power & Light's request for over $600 million from ratepayers is not sitting well with residents, many of whom lambasted the utility during a public hearing on the matter in Freehold.

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Why Solar Energy is Important to New Jersey [SPONSORED]

In 2013, it is essential to understand just how important solar energy is for our future, our environment and especially for our pockets. Getting the facts about increased electric rates and how these costs particularly affect New Jersey is a great start to understanding the significance of solar energy

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NJ Offers Sandy Victims Energy Rebates [AUDIO]

Enhanced financial incentives are available for victims of Hurricane Sandy as they rebuild their homes and businesses.

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Should All NJ Gas Stations Have Back-Up Generators? [AUDIO]

In the days after Superstorm Sandy, many New Jersey gas stations were without power, and long lines formed all over the Garden State.

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NJ Falls Behind In Energy Efficiency Rankings [AUDIO]

A new study of the most energy efficient states in the Northeast shows New Jersey, an early leader, has now fallen behind.

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Sweeney Says Christie Administration Is ‘Foot-Dragging’ On Wind Power [AUDIO]

State Senate President Steve Sweeney says 'foot-dragging' in the Christie administration may prevent New Jersey from taking the lead in the emerging wind power industry.

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Could Sandy Lead to More Green Energy? [AUDIO]

Hurricanes, flooding and storm surges are natural occurrences and the environment is equipped to recover from after big bad storms, according to Green Peace Research Director Kurt Davis.

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PSE&G Electric Bill (Getty Images Genista)
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Some Tips On Saving Energy As Winter Approaches [AUDIO]

With the onset of Fall, many homeowners are starting to think about their energy bill for the coming winter. Saving energy and money will be foremost on their minds.

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