Tracking Elsa: Long Island Officials Urging Residents To Prepare For Potential Flooding OvernightLong Island is bracing for its first brush of the season with a named storm.
Electric Vehicle Sales Booming On Long Island, As State And Utility Offer Big IncentivesWhile the sticker prices of electric vehicles may be higher than gas-run cars, New York State and utilities are offering buyers big incentives.
PSEG Long Island Updates Osprey Cams, Cleans Debris From NestsPSEG Long Island also installs nesting platforms to deter returning birds from nesting on electrical equipment.
Storm Watch: Utility Companies Warn Of Possible Power Outages As Powerful Storm Moves InRain will get heavier and the wind will start to pack a punch through the evening Thursday and overnight.
How Are Utilities In The Tri-State Are Preparing For Wednesday's Snow Storm?This summer, millions lost power, some for weeks at a time, after Hurricane Isaias, so how are the utilities preparing this time around?
LIPA Task Force Report: PSEG Long Island Knew Weeks Before Tropical Storm Isaias Hit It Had Computer ProblemsPSEG Long Island on the hot seat again.
Report Finds PSEG Long Island Computer System Was 'Significant Cause' Of Problems For Customers During Tropical Storm IsaiasA special task force released its 30-day report Tuesday.
Demanding Answers: Homeowners In Roslyn In Tree Fight With PSEG Long Island Over High Voltage WiresFamilies say PSEG Long Island is responsible for maintaining safe easements in their back yards.
PSEG Long Island Considering 'No-Call Policy' For Non Emergencies; Customers: There Definitely Is A Lack Of TrustYou may not be able to reach PSEG LI the next time your power goes out during a storm.
Utility Customers Across Area Experiencing Sticker Shock As Bills SkyrocketOne customer tweeted a picture of a bill for $551, asking how could someone just increase their consumption by approximately 380%?
Customers Fume Over PSEG Long Island's Response To Tropical Storm Isaias In Day-Long Hearing"They're terrible. We pay them enough money. I though they were a good company at one time," said 92-year-old Virginia Connors.
Gov. Cuomo Says Utility Companies Face Steep Fines For Apparent Violations After Tropical Storm Isaias ResponseThe state is still threatening to terminate PSEG's contract and revoke franchises for Con Edison and Orange & Rockland if they do not make immediate fixes.
PSEG Long Island Says It Will Compensate Customers Who Lost Food, Medicine After Tropical Storm IsaiasThe utility's management will be questioned about storm preparedness, communication with customers and how such problems can be prevented with future storms.
Nassau County Legislature To Review PSEG Long Island's Storm ResponseLegislators will review whether they did an adequate job in preparing for outages and communicating with customers about the timeline to restore.
Cuomo Threatens Utility Companies Over Storm Response: 'I Am Not Bluffing'New York's Public Service Commission is currently investigating the companies' response.