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New Port Coming to South Jersey to Support Offshore Wind Power Industry

June 16, 2020

The facility is set to be built on the same artificial island that is home to PSEG's Hope Creek and Salem Nuclear Power Plants in Lower Alloways Creek.

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PSEG Nuclear employees wear face coverings in a control room at the Salem Nuclear Generating Station in New Jersey.

'New normal': Inside the Struggle to Keep Reactors Running

May 8, 2020

Canceling the refueling of a reactor at a site producing 40% of New Jersey's power in the middle of a pandemic wasn't an option for Eric Carr, president of PSEG Nuclear.

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PSEG Pledges $2.5M to Aid COVID-19 Efforts

April 15, 2020

PSEG Foundation is supporting efforts to combat the social and economic tolls COVID-19 has wreaked in New Jersey. The philanthropic arm of Newark-based Public Serve Enterprise Group Inc. said that support would come in at $2.5 million.

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Refueling a N.J. Nuclear Plant Means 1,000 Extra Workers. That Changes During A Pandemic

April 9, 2020

With the rest of New Jersey hunkering down to slow the spread of the coronavirus, activity is actually picking up at PSEG Nuclear’s Salem Generating Station in South Jersey.

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Press Releases

PSEG Long Island: Storm Update – July 11, 2020 8:15 a.m.

July 11, 2020
Tropical Storm Fay brought heavy rain, strong winds and hazardous gusts to Nassau and Suffolk County causing downed trees, branches and wires affecting more than 27,000 of our 1.1 million customers, since 7 a.m. Friday. Hardest hit areas were in the Townships of Hempstead and North Hempstead.

Prepared for the Tropical Storm Fay

July 10, 2020

PSEG Long Island is prepared for tropical storm Fay expected to pass through the service area Friday. The weather system is expected to bring heavy rains and thunderstorms with peak gusts up to 50 mph. The heavy rain, lightning, and gusty winds may cause tree limbs to break and pull down wires, causing outages.

PSE&G is Prepared for Tropical Storm Fay

July 10, 2020

Public Service Electric & Gas Co. is prepared to respond to the heavy rain, thunderstorms and strong winds forecast for the service area over the next few days. The Utility continues to monitor Tropical Storm Fay, has extra personnel at the ready and encourages customers to prepare for possible flooding and power outages.

PSEG Nuclear Awarded Industry Accolade

July 9, 2020
PSEG Nuclear is the recipient of the 2020 Framatome Top Innovative Practice Award, presented as part of the annual Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI) Top Innovative Practice (TIP) award program, in recognition of the organization’s commitments to safety, ingenuity and process improvements.

Oyster Bay Students Create “Powerful” PSAs to Support PSEG Long Island’s Energy Efficiency Education

June 30, 2020

Dozens of students at the James H. Vernon School in Oyster Bay spent part of their springtime learning under quarantine as producers, actors, cinematographers, videographers and video editors. They put on their movie-making hats to learn about energy conservation, energy efficiency and renewable resources to make short public service announcements for PSEG Long Island’s “I Am EM-Powered!” PSA project.