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How pruning keeps trees and power lines happily coexisting

My family thinks I am obsessed with trees. Perhaps that’s because I moved them into a home that has a 48-acre arboretum directly behind it. Maybe it’s because they constantly hear me offering little details about bark...

Out with the Old, In with the New

Detours are an inevitable byproduct of a critical project that’s making our gas service safer and more reliable.  PSE&G is speeding up the replacement of its aging gas infrastructure. Our crews are in more than...

A Passion for Safety Every Day

June is National Safety Month where we focus on reducing the leading causes of injury at work, on the road and in our homes and communities. According to the National Safety Council, nearly 11 American workers die each...

The Utility of The Future

Reducing consumption of electricity and natural gas means lower customer bills, healthier air and water and fewer greenhouse gas emissions. That’s why I believe that energy efficiency must be at the center of our...

Community Solar Project Turns Landfill Green

 The L&D Landfill is getting a second life. The sprawling site is being reincarnated as a solar farm that will power 2,000 homes annually.  The 12.93 megawatt-dc L&D Solar Farm spans more than 50 acres across...

Storm’s Here, Lights Out: Now what?

During severe storms, falling tree limbs, lightning strikes and high winds can wreak havoc on the electric distribution grid. With widespread outages, it takes time to rebuild the network – and rebuild is an accurate...

Put Your Gas Car Out to Pasture

In researching PSE&G’s 100th anniversary, I came across a purchasing memo: Purchase request: Truck. Reason: Horse died. They got the truck. Rarely can you find a document that captures a moment of dramatic change...

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Out with the Old, In with the New

Detours are an inevitable byproduct of a critical project that’s making our gas service safer and more reliable.  PSE&G is speeding up the replacement of its aging gas infrastructure. Our crews are in more than...

A Passion for Safety Every Day

June is National Safety Month where we focus on reducing the leading causes of injury at work, on the road and in our homes and communities. According to the National Safety Council, nearly 11 American workers die each...

Storm’s Here, Lights Out: Now what?

During severe storms, falling tree limbs, lightning strikes and high winds can wreak havoc on the electric distribution grid. With widespread outages, it takes time to rebuild the network – and rebuild is an accurate...

The Utility of The Future

Reducing consumption of electricity and natural gas means lower customer bills, healthier air and water and fewer greenhouse gas emissions. That’s why I believe that energy efficiency must be at the center of our...

Community Solar Project Turns Landfill Green

 The L&D Landfill is getting a second life. The sprawling site is being reincarnated as a solar farm that will power 2,000 homes annually.  The 12.93 megawatt-dc L&D Solar Farm spans more than 50 acres across...

Put Your Gas Car Out to Pasture

In researching PSE&G’s 100th anniversary, I came across a purchasing memo: Purchase request: Truck. Reason: Horse died. They got the truck. Rarely can you find a document that captures a moment of dramatic change...

PSEG to Modernize Sewaren Generating Station

PSEG’s 67-year-old Sewaren generating station is getting a makeover. In an effort to ensure New Jersey has the clean power it needs, PSEG is replacing the facility’s four existing steam units with a modern dual-fuel...

The Power of One – Mark Lovretin

Volunteering isn’t something that really crossed my mind. So, as I celebrate my tenth anniversary of volunteering at two animal shelters, I am grateful that I discovered it and am thankful for the impact it has had on...

It’s Time for an Energy System Based on Using Less

For more than 100 years we’ve built an energy system dedicated to keeping the lights on and gas flowing safely and reliably to serve our customers. That’s not going to change. But what if we put at the heart of our...

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