PSE&G — helping businesses get back on track, together

May 5, 2021

Public Service Electric & Gas is committed to supporting its customers as we all move forward and recover together from this pandemic and its impact on our economy.

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Hope Creek nuclear plant in Salem County, NJ

N.J. approves 3 more years of $300 million subsidies to keep its nuclear plants going

April 27, 2021

New Jersey’s utility regulator on Tuesday awarded the state’s three nuclear energy facilities $300 million per year for another three years under a program set up to keep the power plants from closing down.

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Best Employers for Diversity: J&J, Unilever, PSEG make Top 100 in U.S.

April 23, 2021

Johnson & Johnson, Unilever and PSEG all made the Top 100 of Forbes’ list of America’s Best Employers for Diversity in 2021.

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BetterPlanet Challenge: Ideas to Create More Electrified Transportation Options Wanted

April 22, 2021

Perhaps what the state needs is an innovative idea that will help spark a move toward more electrified transportation options. That, at least, is the goal of the 2021 TechUnited: BetterPlanet Challenge.

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Press Releases

PSEG Long Island Helps Revitalize Lindenhurst Village with $25,000 Grant for Sand City Brewing Co.

June 17, 2021
PSEG Long Island recently awarded Sand City Brewing Co. a $25,000 grant for enhancing downtown Lindenhurst village with its new storefront taproom and brewery, Sand City South. The grant is part of PSEG Long Island’s Main Street Revitalization program, which supports renovation of underutilized properties to improve the economic stability and growth of a business district. 

FREE Webinar About Business Resources and Loan Opportunities

June 15, 2021

PSE&G, New Jersey’s largest utility, is hosting a webinar for business customers who may have been hit hard by the pandemic. The free webinar is Thursday, June 24 at 11 a.m.

Hold on to that Balloon!

June 9, 2021
Graduations, weddings, Father’s Day and religious occasions – the next few months are filled with special events that are often celebrated with Mylar balloons. PSEG Long Island is reminding customers that balloons released into the air can become entangled in overhead electric equipment and cause a host of problems.

Hold on to that Balloon!

June 9, 2021
Graduations, weddings, Father’s Day, religious ceremonies and Independence Day – the next few months have special events often celebrated with Mylar balloons, yet keeping such hazards away from power lines is essential to public safety. Public Service Electric & Gas, New Jersey’s largest utility, reminds customers that proper handling and disposal of Mylar balloons prevents them from drifting into power lines and causing power outages.

Massapequa Accountant Recognized by PSEG Long Island for ‘Bean Counters’ Day’

June 8, 2021
PSEG Long Island recently acknowledged Anthony Badagliacca of Massapequa and its entire Accounting team in celebration of ‘Bean Counters’ Day,’ a recognition day for accountants which occurs the day after Tax Day.