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Crews from at least 32 states, D.C, and Canada responded to outages caused by...

Tropical Storm Isaias brought high winds, heavy rains, and destructive tornadoes on its path from Florida through New England this week. After tracking close to the southeastern Florida coast, the storm made landfall as...
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PSEG announces $1M commitment to fight racial injustice and inequity

Yesterday, PSEG and the PSEG Foundation announced the Powering Equity and Social Justice initiative and a $1 million commitment in support of organizations addressing racial injustice, inequality and human rights in communities of color. The initiative will provide...
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PSE&G resuming work while continuing COVID-19 safety protocols

As a result of New Jersey Governor Murphy's recent executive order and with approval by the Board of Public Utilities, Public Service Electric & Gas Co. (PSE&G) will be resuming work. Employees and contractors will follow protocols...
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PSEG Long Island supports COVID-19 fund

Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) Long Island and PSEG Foundation are supporting United Way of Long Island with a $25,000 grant to a newly formed fund addressing community needs caused by COVID-19. With schools and businesses shutting down, low-wage...

Pepco’s Capital Grid Project moves forward with PSC approval

With approval by the Public Service Commission of the District of Columbia, Pepco is moving forward with its Capital Grid project, a ten-year strategy to strengthen the resiliency and reliability of the District's energy grid by modernizing aging infrastructure while creating a smarter energy system

It’s DTECH Time! What to expect in 2020

With so much new and exciting in the energy delivery space, DTECH is a must-attend for anyone who works with energy on the distribution side of the grid. Here's a quick look at what...

EEI names Exelon Corp. CEO its new chairman

The Institute's chairmanship rotates on an annual basis, and Crane succeeds Lynn J. Good, chairman, president, and CEO of Charlotte-based Duke Energy

Cost benefit analysis for utilities – science or art?

Frequently, the cost benefit analyses (CBA) for utility smart grid investments have a number of foundational rigors that certainly have a strong level of science around them. A fact-based analysis is often a reasonably well-crafted exercise that can help forecast the total cost of ownership (TCO) of an investment.

A Digital Approach to Replenishing the Utility Industry Talent Pool

The manpower travails underscore two critical and longstanding challenges for utilities: 1) Attracting talent to work in the utility business when conditions are less than favorable for doing so; and 2) Getting their existing graying workforce to evolve and buy into the concept of a digitally driven enterprise.

Thigpen, Reif Promoted as part of Leadership Changes at PSEG

Senior company leaders Rick Thigpen and Karen Reif have been promoted as part of a mid-level leadership shift at Public Service Enterprise Group.