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PSEG Long Island Continues to Raise Awareness to #StopScams

November 16, 2020

This year has presented many challenges, and scammers prey on us when we are distracted. More than 5,400 scam calls have been reported to PSEG Long Island this year.

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Hurricane

Hurricane Zeta Approaches Long Island

October 28, 2020

PSEG Long Island continues to monitor the track and potential impact that Hurricane Zeta could have on Long Island and the Rockaways. Social distancing plans are in place to work safely and provide excellent service. 

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Tree Giveaway

PSEG Long Island Helps Island Harvest Support People in Need

October 20, 2020

Several PSEG Long Island facilities will be utilized to assist Island Harvest with upcoming donation drop-off days. The community is invited to safely donate nonperishable food and essential items to support neighbors facing financial issues and food insecurity.

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PSEG Long Island PSA

Oyster Bay Students Create “Powerful” PSAs to Support PSEG Long Island’s Energy Efficiency Education

June 30, 2020

Dozens of students at the James H. Vernon School in Oyster Bay spent part of their springtime learning under quarantine as producers, actors, cinematographers, videographers and video editors.

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Prepared for the Impending Weekend Weather

December 4, 2020
PSEG Long Island is prepared for the heavy rain and strong winds forecasted for Saturday. These conditions may cause tree limbs to break and pull down wires, causing outages.

PSEG Long Island: Storm Update — Nov. 30, 2020 10:30 p.m. ET

November 30, 2020
Rain, high winds and strong gusts continue in Nassau County, Suffolk County and the Rockaways causing downed trees, branches and wires affecting more than 25,818 of our 1.1 million customers since this morning. As of 10:00 p.m., approximately 94% of customers affected have been restored.

PSEG Long Island: Storm Update — Nov. 30, 2020 4:30 p.m. ET

November 30, 2020
Heavy rain, strong winds and hazardous gusts continue in Nassau County, Suffolk County and the Rockaways causing downed trees, branches and wires affecting more than 16,600 of our 1.1 million customers since this morning. PSEG Long Island is reporting 5,793 of its approximately 1.1 million customers across Long Island and the Rockaways are currently without service.

#StopScams

November 16, 2020
PSEG Long Island will join Utilities United Against Scams (UUAS) to recognize the fifth annual Utility Scam Awareness Week Nov. 16 -20. National Scam Awareness Week is an advocacy and awareness campaign focused on educating customers and exposing the tactics used by scammers.

Prepared for the Cold Front Later Today

November 15, 2020
PSEG Long Island is prepared for the strong winds, heavy rain, and possibility of lightning this afternoon into this evening, as well as the windy conditions expected on Monday. These conditions may cause tree limbs to break and pull down wires, causing outages. 

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