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PSEG CEO Speaks Up About Climate Change: "The Time To Act Is Now"; Fortune interview, January 25, 2019

Izzo Discusses Climate Change, Future of Energy

January 25, 2019

Ralph Izzo is on a mission. The CEO of one of the largest utility companies in the country is an outspoken advocate that now is the time to take decisive action on climate change.

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PSEG CEO, Ralph Izzo on Smart Power Usage - CNBC, Squawk Box, October 17, 2018

PSEG CEO on Smart Power Usage

October 17, 2018

Ralph Izzo, PSEG Chairman and CEO, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss how his company is helping consumers invest in the grid.

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New Jersey Utility Plans $4.1 Billion in Clean Energy Investment - Bloomberg, September 27, 2018

New Jersey Utility Plans $4.1 Billion in Clean Energy Investment

September 27, 2018

New Jersey’s biggest utility says it can make money by getting its customers to use less of what it sells.

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New Jersey utility PSE&G proposes $4 billion plan to advance state

PSE&G Proposes $4 billion Plan to Advance State's Clean Energy Goals

September 27, 2018

New Jersey's largest regulated utility has a $4 billion plan to make the Garden State greener and advance the state's bid to become a clean energy leader.

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Circuit Reliability Upgrades to Begin in Bethpage and Farmingdale

February 15, 2019
PSEG Long Island is beginning another circuit reliability project in the Town of Oyster Bay, specifically in Bethpage and Farmingdale, to improve the reliability of the energy grid in the area.

PSEG Long Island Sparks Awareness of Electrical Safety

February 14, 2019
Recently, fourth-graders in the Manhasset school district participated in PSEG Long Island’s Electric Safety Town, an interactive presentation that teaches young people how to stay safe in potentially dangerous situations.

PSEG Long Island Offers Customer Assistance Programs

February 13, 2019
As winter bills arrive and the cold weather continues, PSEG Long Island reminds customers heating assistance is available.

PSE&G Encourages Eligible Customers To Apply For Assistance In Paying Winter Heating Bills

February 13, 2019
As cold weather and temperature fluctuations often lead to increased energy use and higher bills, PSE&G reminds customers that the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is accepting applications for financial assistance with heating and cooling costs. The LIHEAP program is run by the State of New Jersey Department of Community Affairs.

Love is in the Air

February 8, 2019
PSEG Long Island employees donate substantial time and effort on behalf of many charitable causes and activities each year across Long Island and the Rockaways. In fact, employees volunteered more than 26,000 service hours at 1,145 philanthropic events in 2018.