Public Service Enterprise Group
Some consumers have noticed that the electric company that serves Long Island and the one that serves most of New Jersey have two different names, even though they are part of the same company.
Now that Public Service Enterprise Group has taken over Long Island Power Authority, there is one important question on the minds of Long Islanders: What happens when the lights go out?
Effective New Year’s Day, the Public Service Enterprise Group — operator of New Jersey’s largest utility in the Public Service Electric and Gas Company – will be in charge of electricity on Long Island.
Power has been restored to more than 40,000 New Jersey customers who were left in the dark briefly on the evening of New Year’s Eve.
The Public Service Enterprise Group, operator of New Jersey’s largest utility in the Public Service Electric and Gas Company, said it wants to hit the ground running when it takes over for the troubled Long Island Power Authority on Jan. 1.
Something is taking all the air out of the holiday spirit in northern New Jersey, as electric power suddenly has become less than dependable.
An estimated 12,000 customers were without power in New Jersey Monday afternoon after a transformer blew up.
Nearly 2 million utility customers in New Jersey will be saving big on their gas bill.
Public Service Electric and Gas has been taking heat, after it retweeted a comment saying Ridgewood, N.J. residents should go without power for complaining about a project now under way.
Residents of Hoboken expressed their frustration Monday night at a town hall meeting with representatives of the Federal Emergency Management Agency.