Projects approved by New Jersey regulators this week will more than double the amount of solar power generated in the state and yield 145 megawatts of solar energy. The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities has approved proposals submitted by four utilities. The largest is a plan by PSE&G, a unit of Public Service Enterprise Group, to install solar panels on more than 200,000 utility poles.

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