PSE&G urges customers to think twice if someone threatens to immediately shut off their power
NEWARK, N.J., November 17, 2021 /3BL Media/ PSE&G will join Utilities United Against Scams (UUAS) to recognize the sixth annual Utility Scam Awareness Week, Nov 15-19. National Scam Awareness Week is an advocacy and awareness campaign focused on educating customers and exposing the tactics used by scammers.
Public Service Enterprise Group Chairman and CEO Ralph Izzo, long a thought leader on climate change and taking action to fight it, is pleased at what he is seeing at the global Convention of Climate Change — better known as COP26 — sponsored by the United Nations in Glasgow, Scotland.
Izzo one of only three U.S. utility CEOs to attend historic climate conference in Glasgow
NEWARK, N.J., November 5, 2021 /3BL Media/ - PSEG Chairman, President and CEO Ralph Izzo is traveling to Glasgow, Scotland, to attend the 26th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP26), where he will call for urgent action to address climate change.
The flooding caused by Tropical Depression Ida in early September 2021 was unique, even for PSE&G employees who have worked for decades and experienced devastation from hurricanes past like Floyd, Irene and Superstorm Sandy.
With the winter heating season just around the corner there’s no better time to shore up your home’s defenses against frigid temperatures and unnecessarily high energy bills.
Every poorly sealed window, door and outer wall in a home is an opportunity for heat to escape and cold air to rush in. As part of its ongoing effort to help customers use less energy and lower bills, PSE&G has partnered with home improvement expert Danny Lipford on a “Caulk Out the Cold’’ public service campaign to highlight the benefits that simple, do-it-yourself home improvements can deliver.
There are so many ways to give our time and energy, even in little ways. Volunteering can help our communities grow stronger. Being of service also helps us feel good. Especially in tough times, it’s powerful to still be able to help others!
Safety isn’t just about helmets, of course. When children know how to keep themselves safe, they build the confidence they need to face the challenges COVID-19 brings. Children can become more resilient—better able to cope with adversity and recover from tough times—when they feel confident in the healthy habits they’ve learned to stop germs from spreading. In this way, everyone who practices these habits is a hero!