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PSE&G Shares Tips to Stay Safe, Save Energy and Save Money While Using Electricity

Is your home or business electrically safe and energy efficient?
Press Release

NEWARK, N.J., May 20, 2022 /3BL Media/ — PSE&G and the Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI) are teaming up during National Electrical Safety Month to increase awareness about the dangers of electricity and how to prepare your home or business for safe and efficient energy use.

Whose Data Is This Anyway? Striving for Higher Standards of Emissions Reporting


A new research partnership aims to clarify best practices and help industry come to grips with disclosing Scope 3 GHG emissions.

Exploring the Potential of Hydrogen Fuel Cells in North American Trucking


Cummins Inc., a global power and hydrogen technologies leader, and Daimler Truck North America, the largest heavy-duty truck manufacturer in North America, are collaborating to upfit and validate Freightliner Cascadia trucks with a Cummins hydrogen fuel cell powertrain for use in North America.

Freightliner will leverage Cummins’ fourth generation fuel cell powertrain, which provides improved power density, efficiency and durability.

Varcoe: 'We Need to Get After It' — Enbridge CEO Sees Future Growth for Canadian Energy

'The bottom line is the time has come to take a fresh look at Canada's role in the global energy transition. The responsibility, and the opportunity, is (here) today — and we simply need to get after it'

By Chris Varcoe

The world has moved into an energy crisis, additional supplies are required and a window has opened to build new liquefied natural gas developments, says Enbridge CEO Al Monaco.

In such turbulence, Canada can play an “outsized role” in the future of global energy, although regulatory challenges need to be removed so the country can provide low-carbon, secure and affordable energy to the world.

Roll Up Your Sleeves, Canada: The World Needs Our Energy

Speaking at the Canadian Club Toronto, Enbridge’s Al Monaco calls for a ‘fresh look’ at how Canada can lead the global energy transition

The post-pandemic “return to normal” many imagined did not include an incomprehensible conflict in Ukraine and global energy crisis.

Yet here we are. Decades-high inflation, major supply-chain issues, pain at the pump and rising home heating and electricity costs, and all the while questions about what it all means for climate objectives and the pace of the energy transition.

Green Mountain Energy Customers Advance Sustainability by Choosing Renewable Energy

In 2021, Green Mountain Energy customers avoided more than 8.7 billion pounds of carbon dioxide, the equivalent of planting 1 million trees
Press Release

HOUSTON, May 19, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Green Mountain Energy recognizes the importance of protecting the environment. With each passing year, it becomes increasingly clear that everyone must work together to mitigate the effects of climate change. While solving this problem requires complex strategies, our choices as individuals play an important role.

Camco Clean Energy Teams Up With Energy Peace Partners to Support Renewable Energy Development in Vulnerable African States

Press Release

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania, May 18, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Climate and impact fund manager Camco Clean Energy has partnered with Energy Peace Partners to manage the Peace Renewable Energy Credit (P-REC) Aggregation Fund to expand renewable energy investment in fragile states in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Mylar Balloons Should Spark Celebrations - Not Power Outages

PSE&G urges customers to safely dispose of metallic balloons
Press Release

NEWARK, N.J., May 17, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Graduations, weddings, Mother’s and Father’s Day, religious ceremonies and Independence Day – spring and summer have many special events often celebrated with Mylar balloons, yet keeping such hazards away from power lines is essential for public safety. Public Service Electric & Gas, New Jersey’s largest utility, reminds customers that proper handling and disposal of Mylar balloons prevents them from drifting into power lines and causing power outages.

Major Companies and Investors Call on the Federal Government To Strengthen Proposed Truck Emissions Standards

Press Release

A series of letters from corporate coalitions and a group of investors representing $700 billion in assets under management is calling on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to strengthen the emissions standards currently proposed for medium- and heavy-duty vehicles.

7 Companies Leading the Net Zero Energy Revolution


Last year marked a global shift in corporations adopting low-carbon and net-zero pledges as experts at the United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP26, declared that the climate crisis is at a critical inflection point.


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