PSEG announces mission and vision, continues course for a clean energy future

What does a mission and vision mean to you?

Since 1903, PSEG employees have brought power to the doors of millions of people, applying science, innovation and engineering to improve lives. PSEG’s mission and vision builds on PSEG’s legacy of public service and aims to tackle the 21st century challenges of extreme and damaging weather, protecting the environment and the need for a clean, electrified and sustainable economy where all people thrive – Powering Progress.

Today’s customers, employees and investors expect PSEG to not just serve its communities, but to help solve some of society’s most complex problems. From its net-zero by 2030 ambition and the development of science-based targets to its energy efficiency programs to transportation and waste minimization goals, Powering Progress embodies PSEG’s aspirations for today and ensures it will be here to support communities into the future.

“As we enter a new chapter of PSEG’s history, focused on driving a carbon-free economy that serves our people and communities in a fair and equitable way, it is important that we share our goals and path to the future,” said PSEG Chairman, President and CEO Ralph Izzo. “Our vision and mission will guide us to a more sustainable future and help all our diverse communities thrive. This is Powering Progress.”

The vision and mission mean a lot to many. Here are PSEG leadership’s perspectives:

PSEG Chief Operating Officer Ralph LaRossa:

“PSEG is proud to enhance the lives of our customers and our workforce. We’re continuing to build on our history and experience to meet the new challenges before us. It won’t be easy, and we don’t have all the answers but, working together, we can build a better tomorrow. Powering Progress is within reach.”

PSEG Chief Financial Officer Dan Cregg:

At PSEG, each of us is already playing an essential part in Powering Progress, whether you’re helping reduce emissions, finding ways customers can reduce their energy use, or enabling PSEG to perform essential functions that maintain operational excellence. Our vast capabilities exemplify PSEG’s dedication to and strength in the principles of environmental stewardship, social responsibility and ethical governance (ESG). We are Powering Progress.”

PSEG General Counsel Tamara Linde:

“Powering Progress means much more than delivering safe, affordable and cleaner energy. It captures all that the company is doing, and will do, to meet the challenges and expectations of a changing world. Working together, we are Powering Progress.”

PSEG Chief Human Resources Officer and Chief Diversity Officer Sheila Rostiac:

“Because of the diverse talents, backgrounds and experience of our teams, we can meet this moment and fulfill our purpose. When our thousands of employees are engaged in this mission, we will be a positive force to be reckoned with: This is how we are Powering Progress.”

PSEG Senior Vice President for Corporate Citizenship Rick Thigpen:

“PSEG recognizes that the most sustainable, long-lived companies are those that do business in a way that delivers value for the world around us. Just as Public Service is in our name, community and service have always been core to our mission and a critical part of our success. Powering Progress is the reason we come to work every day.”

PSEG Editorial Team

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  • PSEG divested its fossil fuel plants for $1.9B…. not decommissioned but sold the plants thereby having 0.0 effect on the earth’s carbon foot print. Nothing to be proud of here

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