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Western Nassau Transmission Project

November 21, 2019

PSEG Long Island has received final permission from the state to construct a new, 138 kilovolt (138kV) underground transmission line between two substations in Nassau County, ensuring the resilience of the area’s electric infrastructure.

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Continuing a 100-year tradition of ‘It’s Lesser at Plesser’s’

November 20, 2019

Plesser’s, one of the oldest appliance stores in the nation, celebrated its official grand re-opening last week in Babylon Village, thanks in part to an $18,750 grant from PSEG Long Island’s Main Street Revitalization program.

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Honoring Veterans with a Week of Community Service

November 18, 2019

PSEG Long Island celebrated veterans throughout the week of Veterans Day by improving the homes and facilities of men and women who have served in the U.S. armed forces, including beautifying The Veterans Place in Yaphank. The theme of the week of service was “Vets Helping Vets.”

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Be Alert - Stop Scams

November 18, 2019

“The persistence and sophistication of scammers is disconcerting,” said Rick Walden, vice president of Customer Services, PSEG Long Island. “More than 5,000 scam calls have been reported to PSEG Long Island this year.

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PSEG Long Island Launches New Mobile App for Customers

January 21, 2020

PSEG Long Island announced today it has launched a new mobile app that enables customers using Apple or Android devices to securely and easily manage electric accounts while on the go. The new mobile app is the most recent example of the company’s commitment to improving customer service through innovation and technology advancements.

PSEG Long Employee from Northport Teaches Electric Safety To Norwood Daisy Troop

January 17, 2020

Northport Daisy Troop 3658 from Norwood Avenue Elementary School made electric safety a priority at its first meeting of the year this year. The five- and six-year-olds were treated to Electric Safety Town, PSEG Long Island’s interactive presentation that teaches young people how to stay safe in potentially dangerous situations.  The girls were encouraged to ask and answer questions as the facilitator, Peter Hornick, a PSEG Long Island employee and also lifelong Northport resident/Norwood alumnus, taught them what to do in specific scenarios. 

Partnering With Local Girl Scout to Help Raptors Soar

January 10, 2020

In balancing its commitment to the consistent, safe delivery of power with its commitment to being a good environmental steward, PSEG Long Island has awarded Hailey Van Cott, a Suffolk County Girl Scout from Stony Brook, with a $200 donation towards her Girl Scout Gold Award project of improving the raptor facilities at Sweetbriar Nature Center.

Broadridge Financial Saves Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars by Going Greener

January 9, 2020

PSEG Long Island’s Commercial Efficiency Program has saved corporate services company Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc., nearly $700,000 on energy-efficient upgrades at its Heartland Industrial Park buildings in Brentwood over the past two years.

PSEG Long Island Customers Reap Benefits of Going Greener

January 6, 2020

For National Cut Your Energy Costs Day, Jan. 10, 2020, PSEG Long Island proudly announces that business and residential customers throughout Long Island and the Rockaways have saved an estimated $280 million on their bills over the past six years by taking advantage of PSEG Long Island’s energy efficiency programs.

PSEG Long Island Announces $25,000 Grant for New Farmingdale Eatery

January 2, 2020

PSEG Long Island awarded Farmingdale’s Whiskey Down Diner with a $25,000 economic development grant from its Main Street Revitalization Program. The program offers financial incentives to local business owners for projects in a local business district that are expected to improve the economic stability and growth of a municipality.

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