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Shoring Up the Grid for Extreme Weather and Climate Change

(September 1, 2022) Whether it’s California wildfires, scorching heat in Western Europe, or thousand-year floods in Yellowstone National Park, we are all adjusting to the effects of climate change. In New Jersey, we got an early glimpse of what extreme weather could do a decade ago, when Superstorm Sandy raged across the East Coast, killing more than 125 people and causing more than $60 billion in damage.

At Public Service Electric and Gas (PSE&G), the largest and oldest utility in New Jersey, Sandy was an inflection point.

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August 31, 2022: How to Help Your Appliances Weather Severe Storms

August 26, 2022: The Race Onshore to Move Electricity From Offshore Wind

August 24, 2022: Opinion - With Help from PSE&G, Electric Vehicle Adoption Is No-Brainer


PSE&G Wins Electric Power Industry’s Top Honor for Strengthening Service to Customers and Increasing Reliability and Resilience in the Face of Extreme Weather

The Edison Electric Institute named Public Service Electric & Gas the recipient of the 2022 Edison Award, the electric utility industry's highest honor, in recognition of its industry-leading efforts to protect New Jersey communities and customers from extreme weather conditions.

View our many other awards and recognition