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PSE&G Working to Make NJ "Energy Strong"

$3.9 Billion, 10-year -proposal will create 5,800 jobs and reduce power outages
Customer bills will remain stable – lower than in 2008

When Sandy devastated New Jersey and left millions without power, PSE&G was repeatedly asked what it was going to do to prevent outages in the face of increasingly extreme weather.

While we can't prevent storms, we can better prepare for them. We have developed a plan, Energy Strong, that will make our distribution systems more resilient.  We propose putting thousands of people to work strengthening infrastructure, without asking customers to pay more.

 

The choice is to continue to make incremental improvements and repairs to our electric and gas systems, or to be forward-looking and make more substantial investments that will help better prepare our state for the next Irene, Sandy or other catastrophic event.

The outages caused by Sandy cost New Jersey businesses and residents hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue that will never be recovered.  We must act now.  The cost of inaction is too high.

To learn more:

Become a Supporter /
Make NJ Energy Strong

Learn about our plan and register your support.


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Energy Strong /
PSE&G President says $3.9B project

would make improvements in all areas.


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AN INSIDE LOOK /
This Wall Street Journal video

shows what went on while the worst storm in PSE&G's history raged.


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