After the Storm
The storms that rumbled through southern and central New Jersey on July 22 left a quarter-million PSE&G customers without lights or air conditioning. Those people were counting on us to get their electricity back on as quickly and as safely as possible. Continue reading
PSE&G President Ralph LaRossa is joined by Governor Chris Christie at a Hackensack substation to highlight the infrastructure investments made since Superstorm Sandy left millions of people without power in the state four years ago
Four years ago this past weekend, Superstorm Sandy barreled into New Jersey, taking an enormous toll on families, homes and businesses. The most devastating impacts of Hurricane Sandy were, as we all saw on television, down the Shore: the surreal pictures of homes under water or tilted off their foundations, the roller coaster in the surf.