June 13, 2024

Public Service Energy Group (PSEG)

Stakeholders Scold NYISO on Messaging Ahead of Summer
Stakeholders scolded NYISO for using the wrong figure in a press release on its summer capacity assessment, saying it suggested capacity margins would be tighter this summer than expected.
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PSEG Sees New Market for Nuclear in AI, Data Centers
PSEG is looking to use excess capacity at its three South Jersey nuclear generators to provide clean energy for data centers and AI development projects, CEO Ralph LaRossa said in the company’s first-quarter earnings call.
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NJ Energy Conference: Business Skepticism vs Government Resolve
New Jersey’s commitment to a rapid adoption of clean energy will be unwavering, the newly appointed head of the Board of Public Utilities told a conference of business leaders.
PSEG Touts ‘Wins’ in Ocean Wind Sale, Energy Efficiency
PSEG has marked a number of “wins” that align with New Jersey’s energy policies, CEO Ralph LaRossa said during the company’s second-quarter earnings call.
NYISO Operating Committee Briefs: May 20, 2023
The OC approved the results of an ISO operating study showing New York’s bulk power system can operate reliably this summer based on transfer capabilities.
Solar Landscape
Utilities’ Role Debated in NJ Community Solar Plan
Utilities are pushing back against a BPU proposal that would prevent them from owning or operating projects in New Jersey's permanent community solar program.
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.
NJ’s Aggressive Clean Energy Plans Face 2023 Challenges
New Jersey’s far-reaching OSW plans face challenges as the first project undergoes permit scrutiny and the state launches a third coastal wind solicitation.
Public Service Enterprise Group
PSEG Sees Potential $3B OSW Transmission Spending
PSEG said Tuesday that it could secure projects costing as much as $3 billion under New Jersey’s solicitation seeking proposals for transmission upgrades.
NJ Enviros: Heat Pumps Can Cut Building Emissions, Costs
New Jersey could dramatically cut greenhouse gas emissions from buildings – the state’s second largest source of emissions – by replacing fossil-fueled boilers with heat pumps and other electric appliances and beefing up incentives for the equipment, according to a recent report from the New Jersey Conservation Foundation. Heat pumps can replace furnaces or boilers, …

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