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A Decade After Superstorm Sandy, New Jersey's Infrastructure Is Considerably More Prepared for Hurricane Season

PSE&G’s Customers Experience Fewer Outages Today, Demonstrating $4.8 Billion Investments Enhance Resiliency and Improve Reliability
Press Release

NEWARK, N.J., June 9, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Public Service Electric and Gas, New Jersey’s largest utility, is well prepared to support customers and the state for what experts say could be another very active hurricane season. Ten years after Superstorm Sandy raged across the East Coast, PSE&G continues to protect customers’ utility service from the damaging impact of extreme weather by strengthening and upgrading its infrastructure.

TransCanada Enjoys a Strong Start to 2017


Following a transformational year that saw TransCanada acquire Columbia Pipeline Group and post record-setting financial results, the company’s strong performance has continued into this year.

That is the message from President & CEO Russ Girling as TransCanada reported its first quarter results and holds its annual meeting of shareholders in Calgary today.

For Smart Cities, What Comes First? The Budget or the Plan?


Strained budgets may be holding back many municipalities whose leaders understand the benefits of smart city systems but lack the money to support them. Yet, a question is emerging that potentially turns that notion on its head: How can a city know what it can’t afford until it identifies what it needs?

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