PSEG Long Island is a subsidiary of Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated (PEG), a publicly traded diversified energy company with annual revenues of $10.4 billion and operates the Long Island Power Authority’s transmission and distribution system under a 12-year contract.
We pledge to build a Long Island utility with PSEG's same record of service, reliability and customer satisfaction. It will take some time to make all the improvements we’re planning, but in the end, we will create a utility of which Long Islanders can be proud. Keeping the lights on isn’t just a job for us: It’s our mission.
"To build an industry leading electric company dedicated to providing our Long Island and Rockaways customers with exceptional customer service, best-in-class reliability and storm response as well as a strong level of involvement in the communities in which we live and work."
We recognize that our ability to prosper as a business depends on helping others prosper. Thus, we define success not only by the bottom line but the environmental and social dimensions of our performance. As the name "Public Service" implies, community service is one of our core values. We will work to give back to our communities and neighbors and enrich the quality of life in the region. We will partner with a select group of non-profit organizations focused on three areas:
- Safety and First Responders
- Community Engagement
We manage our business for the long term, and pride ourselves on being a company with strong leadership, great employees and proven processes to manage sustainability. We are mindful that the decisions we make today about energy infrastructure and policy will impact generations to come. We know that building strong relationships with our stakeholders is essential to maintain a high level of trust, understanding and service.
Connecting with our customers, investors, employees, communities, government officials, regulators and suppliers helps us run a better business and meet environmental and social expectations. We believe our stakeholder relationships are best served by an approach that is both proactive and interactive, reflecting a healthy dialogue and frank exchange of ideas.