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PSEG Foundation Supports the Community FoodBank of NJ’s Efforts to Reduce Food Insecurity During COVID-19 Outbreak

PSEG Foundation provides $45,000 grant to address critical needs of children and families
Press Release

NEWARK, N.J., March 24, 2020 /3BL Media/ - The PSEG Foundation is supporting the Community FoodBank of New Jersey in its response to critical community needs throughout New Jersey as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. The Community FoodBank of New Jersey (CFBNJ) is New Jersey's largest anti-hunger organization that works with over 1,000 community organizations and partners in the state. The PSEG Foundation provided The Community FoodBank of New Jersey a grant of $45,000 to address rising food insecurity.

PSEG Long Island and PSEG Foundation Support Island Harvest Food Bank Efforts to Reduce Food Insecurity During COVID-19 Outbreak

PSEG Foundation provides $45,000 grant to address critical needs of children and families
Press Release

UNIONDALE, N.Y., March 23, 2020 /3BL Media/ - PSEG Long Island and the PSEG Foundation are supporting the Island Harvest Food Bank in its response to critical community needs throughout Long Island as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Clean Energy on Long Island: Looking Ahead to Tomorrow

By Paul Napoli, Vice President-Power Markets, PSEG Long Island
Article

Providing greener energy has been part of PSEG Long Island’s mission since we started in 2014, and it’s been part of PSEG’s overall mission for even longer. Now that New York’s Legislature has passed one of the most ambitious clean energy standards in the country, that commitment is more important than ever.

A Clear Vision and Strategy

Q&A with PSEG Nuclear President and Chief Nuclear Officer Eric Carr
Article

By Matt Chimento

In July, Eric Carr was named president and chief nuclear officer of PSEG Nuclear. An industry veteran with more than two decades of accumulated experience and insight, Carr sets the vision for – and is charged with sustaining the productive momentum of – the PSEG Nuclear fleet. He recently shared his perspectives and imparted a few of the learnings that influenced and informed his professional path.

Q. What was the entry point for your career into nuclear?

From Smart Meters to Smart Energy Usage: Check out PSEG Long Island’s Newest Educational Tool

Suzanne Brienza
Article

PSEG Long Island is hard at work building new, high-tech infrastructure that will make our bills more accurate, improve our storm response and give our customers unprecedented control over their energy usage.

PSE&G Energy Cloud – Building the Grid of Tomorrow

By Joseph Santamaria
Article

For more than a century, the American electric sector followed a fairly simply business model: Centrally located power plants generate electricity, then deliver as much of that electricity as possible along a straightline network of poles and wires to as many customers as possible.

Customers expected their electricity to be delivered as safely, reliably and affordably as possible – with service interruptions kept to a reasonable minimum.

Solar 4 All® Program Returns Highland Park Landfill to Productive Use

By Fran Sullivan
Article

For decades, a plot of land along Donaldson Street in Highland Park served as a municipal landfill for unwanted household appliances, miscellaneous waste, and construction and demolition debris that reflected the rise of Middlesex County as one of New Jersey’s rising job centers.

But today, thanks to PSE&G’s Solar 4 All program, the site is returning to productive use with the construction of a 2-acre, 605-kilowatt-dc solar farm and battery storage system.

PSEG’s Power of One Campaign Celebrates Acts of Community Service

By John Nolan
Article

PSEG’s Power of One campaign, a yearlong, companywide initiative to celebrate volunteerism, launched in May. Since then, we have highlighted members of the PSEG workforce for their good deeds on the company’s Energize! blog and social media channels. We’ve also awarded thousands of dollars’ worth of grants from the PSEG Foundation in employees’ names to the organizations to which they give their time.

There Are Vampires Among Us

By Frank Vetri | Renewable & Energy Solutions Specialist, PSEG
Blog

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.

Vampire energy, or phantom load, is the name we give to the electricity consumed by household electronics when they’re not in use. Households in PSE&G’s service territory spend an average of about $1,200 a year in energy costs, and up to 10 percent of that can be attributed to vampire appliances wasting energy that customers probably don’t even realize is being used.

Bringing Smiles to the Faces of Many

By Stephen Harnischfeger | Meter Reader
Blog

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 of service and encouragement of its workers to be active in community service.   

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