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Rick Thigpen

Nuclear Provides NJ’s Economy With A $1.2B Boost

December 21, 2020

Rick Thigpen has been with PSEG since 2007, rising through the ranks to his present position of senior vice president and head of Corporate Citizenship in 2018.

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Ralph Izzo

PSEG’s Izzo offers ringing endorsement of energy efficiency plans

December 30, 2020

Ralph Izzo is able to take complex energy issues and speak to them in ways everyone can understand.

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PSEG Donating $1.5M to NJ, Long Island Nonprofits Assisting Residents Through Pandemic

December 22, 2020

Fourteen organizations received gifts totaling $1.5 million from PSEG and PSEG foundation this holiday. The proceeds will support the needs of New Jersey and Long Island residents.

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Devils, Pru Center Join With Goya, PSE&G to Launch Annual Gift of Giving

December 1, 2020

Public Service Enterprise Group Inc. has seen a high level of interest in PSEG Power LLC's non-nuclear generation fleet even though the official bidding process has not yet begun, according to the company's CEO.

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Press Releases

PSEG Launches Its First ESG Performance Report

January 19, 2021
Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) launched its first-ever PSEG ESG Performance Report today as part of its ongoing efforts to increase disclosures and transparency, and help make the company’s data clearer and easier for the public to find and understand. 

Make the Most out of Cut Your Energy Costs Day

January 8, 2021
PSEG Long Island proudly announces that business and residential customers throughout Long Island and the Rockaways have saved an estimated $330 million on electric bills over the past seven years by taking advantage of PSEG Long Island’s energy efficiency programs.

PSEG Long Island Energizes New Transmission Line in Nassau

January 7, 2021
PSEG Long Island today announced it has completed construction of a new 7.3-mile underground transmission line that increases the reliability and resiliency of the electric system in western Nassau County. The line, known as the Western Nassau Transmission Project, was put into service in December 2020, meeting regulatory deadlines and coming in significantly under budget.

PSE&G Gets Green Light to Provide Smart Meters

January 7, 2021
Public Service Electric & Gas received approval today from the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities to invest approximately $700 million during the next four years to provide its 2.3 million electric customers with smart meters. The decision clears the way for the largest installation of smart meter technology in New Jersey history.