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NJ PBU Approves Spending to Expand PSEG’s Energy Efficiency Programs

NJ PBU Approves Spending to Expand PSEG’s Energy Efficiency Programs

New Jersey regulators approve $69M in efficiency spending for PSEG Utility Dive, August 24, 2017 Dive Brief: The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities yesterday signed off on a $69 million slate of efficiency programs to be implemented by Public Service Electric and Gas Co. (PSE&G) The decision will extend three energy efficiency programs the

New Jersey and the Modern Utility

New Jersey’s Energy Future PSE&G for Politico The modern utility faces a new reality: Our customers want – and need – enhanced reliability and resiliency. They want fewer service interruptions and, if the lights do go out, they want power restored quickly. That requires substantial investment. Society also wants cleaner energy with lower emissions, to

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New York Considers Incentives for Natural Refrigerant System Installations

NYC-area utilities eye NatRef incentives R744, May 24, 2017 Two New York City-area utilities that have robust prescriptive energy-efficiency rebate programs for food retailers are starting to consider natural refrigerant systems for energy incentives through their custom programs. “We’re starting to see applications come in for natural refrigerant-based systems with energy savings and demand peak

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10 Tips to Save Energy and Money This Summer

PSE&G Offers Money-Saving Hot Weather Tips 10 Easy and Inexpensive Ways to Save on Electric Bills PSE&G, June 20, 2016 On the first official day of summer, Public Service Electric & Gas (PSE&G), New Jersey’s largest utility, reminds customers that higher temperatures can also lead to more usage and higher electric bills. Customers can save

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PSE&G Aligns Goals to Reduce Energy Consumption, Prices, & Air Pollution

PSE&G ENERGY-EFFICIENCY PLAN COULD CUT ELECTRICITY, GAS PRICES FOR CUSTOMERS NJ Spotlight, March 4, 2015 Utility and state have reached tentative settlement that will enable consumers and businesses to use less power, reduce air pollution The state and Public Service Electric & Gas have agreed on a tentative settlement that would allow the state’s largest

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