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Climate Legislation Needs To Be Priority for Coming Administration, Panel Says

Sep 10, 2020

Climate change and energy efficiency should be a priority for the next administration, panelists said at this week’s Edison Electric Institute (EEI) 2020 Virtual Leadership Summit.

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Back to work? Why traditional post-Labor Day push will be different this year

Sep 8, 2020

Both Prudential Financial and Public Service Enterprise Group have kept the great majority of their workforces home this summer, and may continue to do so in the fall.

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PSEG Tops Earnings Expectations in Q2; Edison International Falls Short

August 31, 2020

PSEG management aims to transition the company into a primarily regulated electric and gas utility in hopes of decreasing earnings volatility.

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State’s Electric Utilities Make Plans to Roll out Smart Meters

August 31, 2020

Advanced metering infrastructure widely viewed as key to smarter power grid and reducing time customers are left in the dark during outages.

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PSE&G Gains Approval for Landmark Clean Energy Future-Energy Efficiency Program

September 23, 2020
The centerpiece of Public Service Electric and Gas Co.’s (PSE&G) landmark Clean Energy Future proposal was approved today by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU). This decision clears the way for the state’s largest utility to commit $1 billion toward energy efficiency investments over the next three years, the largest commitment ever in New Jersey, which is expected to provide environmental benefits and reduce customer bills while creating jobs and boosting the state’s economy. Today’s action is a vital step toward achieving Gov. Phil Murphy’s clean energy vision, propelling New Jersey’s economic and environmental sustainability policies to a new level. 

Hurricane Laura Approaches Long Island

August 27, 2020
PSEG Long Island is monitoring thunderstorms forecasted for later today and the remnants of Hurricane Laura expected to pass through the service area Saturday. The weather system today is expected to bring heavy rains and thunderstorms with peak gusts of 50 to 65 mph. The heavy rain, lightning and gusty winds may cause tree limbs to break and pull down wires, causing outages. As the remnants of Hurricane Laura progress north, additional plans will be adjusted for Saturday.

PSE&G is Prepared to Respond to Hurricane Laura

August 27, 2020
Public Service Electric & Gas is prepared to respond to the thunderstorms and strong winds forecast for the service area tonight and the remnants of Hurricane Laura forecast for the area Saturday. The weather system today is expected to bring heavy rains and thunderstorms with peak gusts of up to 60 mph. The heavy rain, lightning and gusty winds may cause tree limbs to break and pull down wires, causing outages. As the remnants of Hurricane Laura progress north, additional plans will be adjusted for Saturday.

PSE&G is Prepared to Respond to Strong Winds, Severe Storms

August 25, 2020
Public Service Electric & Gas Co. is prepared to respond to the thunderstorms and strong winds forecast for the service area this afternoon and later in the week. Afternoon storms are expected to generate wind gusts up to 60 mph, particularly in South Jersey.

PSEG Long Island to Reimburse Customers for Food and Medicines Spoiled During Tropical Storm Isaias

August 17, 2020
PSEG Long Island is expanding its claims policy due to the COVID-19 pandemic so that customers whose electrical service was interrupted by Tropical Storm Isaias for at least 72 hours can be reimbursed for spoiled food and medication.