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First day of TransForum East to feature speakers from ISO-NE, PJM, PSE&G, others

The event will be held on Nov. 15-16 at The Capital Hilton hotel

PJM reviews any grid impacts from PSEG’s retirement of three coal units

PJM Interconnection said in a list of pending power plant deactivation requests updated to Oct. 11 that it got Oct. 5 requests for the deactivations of PSEG Power's Hudson and Mercer coal units 

PSEG to retire its two New Jersey coal plants in June 2017

PSEG noted that it is evaluating all options for future use of the power plant sites

The New Normal: The Need for Robust Information Security in the Utility Industry

There was a time when information security simply meant making sure to lock a file cabinet. In a matter of decades, the concept of information security has evolved into a broader and much larger concern...

PSE&G puts transmission upgrade into service

Public Service Electric and Gas (PSE&G) has placed in service the $125 million Sewaren–Metuchen 230-kV Conversion Project 

The FYI on the 2Q: Utility Earnings Spill the Black, Red and Invisible Ink

DTE, Southern, WEC, American Electric Power, ITC and Dominion Resources all reported profits above the same three months last year, while Public Service Enterprise Group, NextEra Energy, PG&E, Eversource, Edison International, Tennessee Valley Authority, Duke and Sempra were all down but still made profits. First Energy and Calpine Corp. suffered net losses for the second quarter.

PSE&G cuts ribbon on electric vehicle charging system at N.J. college

Officials from The College of New Jersey and Public Service Electric and Gas Co. marked the completion of a five-station electric vehicle charging system at the Ewing, N.J., college 

Silver Spring Networks Expands Leadership with new COO

Silver Spring Networks announced the expansion of the company's executive team with the appointment of Ayse Ildeniz as chief operating officer. The new executive position aims to extend the company's position as a leader in the...

Renewable generation: The importance of long-term planning in short-term power operations

Rapid penetration of renewables is dramatically changing the energy landscape in the United States. Decreases in production costs, federal tax incentives, state renewable portfolio standards, and the Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Power Plan are some of the main drivers for rapid renewable development.  Read More...

VIDEO: Salem Unit 2 goes offline unexpectedly, Unit 1 was already down

Public Service Enterprise Group now has both of its pressurized water reactors at the Salem nuclear station in New Jersey offline following an unplanned outage at Unit 2 on June 28