Energy Efficiency

PSE&G Discusses Plans for Future Programs, Bigger Investments

PSE&G May Ramp Up Energy-Efficient Program, Dig Up Old Gas Pipes

NJ Spotlight, July 31, 2014

Public Service Electric & Gas is talking with state regulatory officials about developing a $100 million program to fund energy-efficiency projects in New Jersey.

The program is viewed as an extension of similar efforts by the Newark utility to help hospitals and low-income residents cut their energy bills, according to Ralph Izzo, president, chairman, and chief executive officer of the Public Service Enterprise Group, the parent company of PSE&G.

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