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

November 27, 2020

Nuclear power’s contributions to the environment and the climate are well-known, but did you know that New Jersey’s three nuclear plants — located on the Delaware River in Salem County — are a powerful resource for the state’s economy, as well?

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Here's How Managers Can Help Women Stay in the Workforce

November 23, 2020

One in 4 women are contemplating downshifting their career or leaving the workforce, according to this year's McKinsey and LeanIn.org annual Women in the Workplace study.

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PSE&G receives 2020 Outstanding Customer Engagement Award

November 21, 2020

This award is presented to a ReliabilityOne recipient who has the best overall customer approach and ongoing strategy to seek innovative methods of involving and proactively engaging customers as it relates to outage reporting and restoration communications.

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Press Releases

PSEG to Acquire 25% Ownership Interest in Ocean Wind, New Jersey’s First Offshore Wind Farm

December 4, 2020
Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) today announced it has entered into a definitive agreement with Ørsted North America (Ørsted) to acquire a 25% interest in the 1,100-megawatt Ocean Wind project. This alliance, combining Ørsted’s global expertise in offshore wind with PSEG’s state and regional experience executing complex energy infrastructure projects and power market knowledge, will benefit New Jersey’s development of an offshore wind supply chain, job creation efforts and environmental stewardship. 

PSEG Long Island: Storm Update — Nov. 30, 2020 10:30 p.m. ET

November 30, 2020
Rain, high winds and strong gusts continue in Nassau County, Suffolk County and the Rockaways causing downed trees, branches and wires affecting more than 25,818 of our 1.1 million customers since this morning. As of 10:00 p.m., approximately 94% of customers affected have been restored.

PSEG Long Island: Storm Update — Nov. 30, 2020 4:30 p.m. ET

November 30, 2020
Heavy rain, strong winds and hazardous gusts continue in Nassau County, Suffolk County and the Rockaways causing downed trees, branches and wires affecting more than 16,600 of our 1.1 million customers since this morning. PSEG Long Island is reporting 5,793 of its approximately 1.1 million customers across Long Island and the Rockaways are currently without service.

Prepared for Today’s Inclement Weather

November 30, 2020
Public Service Electric & Gas is prepared for the heavy rain, winds and possibility of thunderstorms currently affecting our service area. These conditions may cause tree limbs to break and pull down wires, causing outages.

PSE&G Named the Recipient of the 2020 Outstanding Customer Engagement Award

November 20, 2020
PSE&G was recognized by PA Consulting as the recipient of the 2020 Outstanding Customer Engagement Award. PSE&G was also named as the recipient of the ReliabilityOne® Award for Outstanding Reliability Performance in the Mid-Atlantic Metropolitan Service Area.