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Going to bat … for bats!

When you think of all of the endangered species that need protecting in North America, bats might not come to mind. Yet bats provide an enormous ecological benefit by helping to control insect populations, including...

Bringing smiles to the faces of many …

I started my career with PSEG two years ago as a meter reader out of the Burlington office. Volunteering has been a big part of my life since I was a young kid, and one of the benefits of working at PSEG is its culture...

There Are Vampires Among Us

Ghouls, goblins and other scary creatures roam our neighborhoods on Halloween. But there are other scary creatures – vampire devices – secretly sucking energy from our homes. Share this:TweetEmailPrintLike this:Like...

Five Things to Tackle Climate Change

      Check out PSEG Chairman, President and CEO Ralph Izzo’s latest LinkedIn article to learn more about his 5 Things to Tackle Climate Change – a climate strategy that fits on one hand. Share...

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There Are Vampires Among Us

Ghouls, goblins and other scary creatures roam our neighborhoods on Halloween. But there are other scary creatures – vampire devices – secretly sucking energy from our homes. Share this:TweetEmailPrintLike this:Like...

Offering veterans pathway to better career


When you’re on active duty, your main focus is accomplishing your mission. Upon returning to civilian life, there are many choices to make and paths to choose.
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Be Your Full Self

Years ago, I made the decision to be open about my personal life – even in the workplace. Coming out was a journey that started small. However, the first time I recall being out to all my coworkers, I was a 30-year-old...

Small home upgrades can save you big on your energy bill

Upgrading major appliances like a fridge, range or washer/dryer could set you back thousands of dollars, which is why most of us don’t replace those items until we absolutely have to. When we do, we face a tough choice...

Going to bat … for bats!

When you think of all of the endangered species that need protecting in North America, bats might not come to mind. Yet bats provide an enormous ecological benefit by helping to control insect populations, including...

Bringing smiles to the faces of many …

I started my career with PSEG two years ago as a meter reader out of the Burlington office. Volunteering has been a big part of my life since I was a young kid, and one of the benefits of working at PSEG is its culture...

Founding Fathers of Energy

Fourth of July is a time to celebrate America and all that has been sacrificed in the name of freedom and independence for this country. And while we recognize men like George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson...

Five Things to Tackle Climate Change

      Check out PSEG Chairman, President and CEO Ralph Izzo’s latest LinkedIn article to learn more about his 5 Things to Tackle Climate Change – a climate strategy that fits on one hand. Share...

What’s up with our substations?

Drive down the streets in most neighborhoods and you’ll see utility poles and wires that bring electricity to your home, your child’s school and your local grocery store. But did you ever wonder how the power we depend...

The buzz on why PSE&G studies bees

More than 75% of plants on earth require the help of a pollinator, such as a bee, butterfly or bat, to reproduce. Some experts estimate that these pollinators are responsible for one in every three bites of food humans...

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