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April 17, 2024

Public Service Electric and Gas Co. (PSE&G)

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PSEG Reports Q3 Earnings, Infrastructure Investment Plans
PSEG reported an uptick in earnings from last summer and detailed its plans to spend more stable income going forward on improving its infrastructure in a call with analysts.
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Report: Many US Utilities not Delivering on Energy Efficiency
The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy's 2023 scorecard for utilities revealed that many utilities are not prioritizing energy efficiency as they focus on decarbonization and resiliency.
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NJ Seeks Stakeholder Input on Pending Storage Program
Even after a series of public hearings on New Jersey's proposed storage incentive program, debate remains over whether utilities should be allowed to own storage projects.
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NJ Building Decarb Plan Garners Support, Criticism
Recent public hearings provided mixed views on New Jersey's ambitious plans for cutting greenhouse gas emissions from buildings through energy efficiency and electrification.
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PSEG Sees Fortunes Stoked by NJ OSW, EV Advances
PGEG's CEO said the company should get a boost from New Jersey’s second solicitation for offshore wind transmission upgrades and a deepening embrace of EVs.
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NJ BPU Backs Utility Benchmarking for 30,000 Buildings
New Jersey regulators approved a new benchmarking program requiring 30,000 buildings to annually report their water, gas and electricity use.
Power Engineers
DC Circuit Faults FERC on Cost Allocation of New Jersey Transmission Projects
The D.C. Circuit rejected PJM’s “de minimis” exemption under its DFAX cost allocation and ordered FERC to explain its OK of DFAX's use in two N.J. projects.
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NJ BPU to Probe 2nd Ocean Wind Delay Case
The New Jersey BPU agreed to hear Ørsted's petition seeking to override county officials who it says have not responded to efforts to secure local approvals.
Pepco Holdings
Solar Developers: New Jersey’s Aging Grid Can’t Accept New Projects
Parts of New Jersey’s electricity grid are so old and its capacity so limited that new solar projects can’t be connected in certain areas, developers said.
Exelon
Counterflow: New Ball and Chain for Renewable Energy
Columnist Steve Huntoon says a proposal by PJM TOs to rate base network upgrades and charge generators formula rates would harm new wind and solar.

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