We want every PSE&G customer to understand that, if they are struggling to pay their bills, we’re here to help.
If you have an outstanding balance on your energy bill, you need to take action immediately to help protect your service from being disconnected when the moratorium on utility shutoff ends on March 15. Visit pseg.com/HelpNow – to set up a differed payment arrangement and learn more about expanded utility payment assistance programs.
By Kim Hanemann President and Chief Operating Officer at PSE&G
International Women's Day is an opportunity for all of us to celebrate the contributions of women in creating diverse and inclusive workplaces. It’s also a day that encourages everyone, including me, to reflect on how much the workplace and society have changed – and changed for the better.
By Ingro Desvousges; Delivery Systems Forester- PSEG
I have always loved bees, and I have spent a good part of my life working with them. As a former beekeeper for Rutgers University and someone who still maintains hives in my backyard, I am passionate about bees, and understand and respect the important role they play in our state’s quality of life.
Eagles choose nesting platform built and maintained by PSE&G
NEWARK, N.J., March 2, 2022 /3BL Media/ — On World Wildlife Day, March 3, PSE&G celebrates the return of the local eagle population to the special nesting platforms PSE&G has built to protect the safety and wellbeing of these endangered birds.
PSEG Powering Progress Provides Road Map to Deliver on ESG Goals
NEWARK, N.J.,February. 28, 2022 /3BL Media/ PSEG today announced its vision and mission to continue to tackle the 21st century challenges of extreme and damaging weather, protecting the environment and taking action toward a clean, electrified and sustainable economy where all people thrive – Powering Progress. For over 100 years, PSEG employees have brought power to the doors of millions of people, applying science, innovation and engineering to improve lives. PSEG’s vision and mission build on this legacy of public service to prepare us for the next 100 years.
If you have a problem, we know an engineer with a solution. From field engineers to the engineers who design, build and maintain our transmission network, electric stations, gas and electric distribution systems and generating stations, PSEG employs a diverse team of engineers who are essential to everything we do to deliver safe and reliable electric and natural gas service to our customers. Engineers are the core of innovation and their work represents modern trends and certainly benefits from having a diverse workforce.
This month, Willie Deese, a member of the PSEG Board of Directors, spoke with PSEG employees for a candid discussion about diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in the workplace and society. Deese previously served as executive vice president of Merck & Co. and president of Merck Manufacturing Division. Below are excerpts from the conversation.
Below are excerpts from the Q&A portion of his presentation which have been edited for brevity.
Q: Some people believe that equity is unfair. Why do you believe it is important?
PSEG Continues to be Recognized for ESG Leadership, Commitment to Workforce Equity, Diversity
NEWARK, N.J., February 17, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Forbes has named PSEG one of America’s Best Large Employers for 2022. To assemble this year’s ranking, Forbes and market research firm Statista surveyed 60,000 Americans working for businesses of 1,000+ employees on their willingness to recommend their own employers to friends and family, and to nominate employers other than their own.
Hosting a party for this weekend’s Big Game between the Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Rams? While you’re stocking up on supplies, decorating the house and maybe even installing a new, big-screen TV, keep these simple tips in mind to reduce your environmental footprint and impress guests with your green credentials.
PSEG to gain insights into cutting-edge research and technologies to help accelerate ESG targets Investments to include companies run by or focused on underrepresented communities
NEWARK, N.J., February 10, 2022 /3BL Media/ – Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) announced today it has committed $35 million to funds managed by Energy Impact Partners (EIP). EIP, a global venture capital firm, and its funds target early-stage, innovative technologies aimed at combatting climate change. In addition to supporting financial returns, PSEG’s investment aims to help accelerate the transition to net-zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and a clean energy future while enhancing our own insights and strategies.