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Connecting the Risks: EVs and Insurance

All of this begs raises the question: Can businesses count on their insurance coverage to respond to the increased risks posed by EVs?

PSE&G plans $3.4 billion in power grid upgrades for 2017

PSEG on July 28 said that it reported 2Q17 net income of $109 million

PSEG CEO Izzo Lays out his Vision for Future of Energy in New Jersey

In order to meet these competing demands, Izzo said, utilities and the regulatory framework that governs them must adapt from a system that encourages utilities to sell as much energy as possible to a new system that provides incentives for the utility to promote greater energy efficiency.

PSE&G $12.3 billion investment program focused on power grid reliability

PSE&G's investment in transmission is expected to grow to represent about $7.6 billion of rate base at the end of 2017

Ready For The Deluge

Coast to Coast, Utilities Dealt With Myriad of Storms This Winter By Rod Walton, Senior Editor Storms are never timely. They may be expected but they are never welcome. You just deal with what the front...

PSE&G seeks NJ BPU approval for energy efficiency programs

Public Service Electric and Gas Co. filed a proposal with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities to invest $74 million to extend three popular energy efficiency programs and authorize two new initiatives

Maximize Reliability, Minimize Risk

Evolving Standards Offer Guidelines for Monitoring Transmission Asset Health

PJM approves $1.5 billion in transmission upgrades

PJM said that it has authorized more than $30.8 billion in transmission additions and upgrades in its Regional Transmission Expansion Plan since its first one in 2000

Utilities! Are You Ready For the Future?

IDC Energy Insights' outlook is presented through the lens of its 2017 worldwide top 10 predictions

Notes

Gaining an Edge: Future of Grid Focus of Siemens Event By Teresa Hansen, Editor in Chief The "future utility" has been the focus of many discussions for a number of years and that discussion continued at...