Tri-State Area Utilities Prepping For Storms, Hurricane JoaquinUtilities around the Tri-State area are gearing up for storms that are expected to bring heavy rain and flooding as Hurricane Joaquin makes its way towards the East Coast.
Long Island Family Blames PSEG For Electrical Shocks In Their ShowerThe Tutinos called in an electrician, who told the family their condo was not properly grounded to their utility's wiring.
Thousands Still Without Power Following Severe Storm On Long IslandPSEG Long Island said it hopes to have everyone's power restored by Thursday night.
Thousands Still Without Power After Intense Storm On Long IslandThe utility said the majority of the remaining outages are in Brookhaven, Smithtown and Southold, all of which sustained severe damage to trees, power lines and utility poles.
Intense Storm Takes Down Trees, Power Lines On Long IslandAn early morning storm has knocked out power to thousands of customers on Long Island and snarled rail service for LIRR riders.
Manhole Explodes In Brooklyn As Storms, Heat Hit Tri-State AreaCon Edison crews worked overnight to make repairs to the system, including fixing power lines that became so overheated, they caught on fire.
PSEG Long Island Ranks Last In Nationwide Customer Satisfaction SuveyHowever, utility spokesman PSEG spokesman Jeffrey Weir pointed out the score was 10 percent higher than it was last year.
L.I. Official PSEG Long Island Still Using Dangerous Chemical On PolesThe Town of North Hempstead was complaining this week that PSEG Long Island continues to use harmful and cancer-causing chemicals on its utility poles.
AARP: Analysis Proves Long Islanders Can't Afford PSEG Rate HikeIn a detailed analysis, AARP accuses the utility of trying to shift certain expenses to ratepayers, many of whom, they claim, cannot afford it.
PSEG Long Island Makes Its Case To State For Rate HikesPSEG officials argued the three-year, $374 million rate hike request is really a modest one.
Rep. Rice: PSEG Long Island To Keep Power Cable Buried In Garden CityU.S. Rep. Kathleen Rice (D-N.Y.) said Wednesday night that PSEG Long Island has agreed to keep new electrical cable underground in Garden City, rather than erecting what some critics have called “monster poles.”
Garden City Residents Worry 'Monster' Utility Poles Could Come To Their BlocksResidents of Garden City, Long Island took PSEG to task Saturday, saying they do not want what they call “monster” utility poles in their neighborhoods.