PSEG Environmental Stewardship

PSEG Environmental Stewardship

PSEG’s environmental stewardship is evident in programs and strategies that reflect our commitment to clean air, clean water and waste management. Protection of our natural resources, biodiversity and climate change drive our environmental philosophy. PSEG has a comprehensive management system that promotes continuous improvement and ensures we fulfill our responsibility to protect the environment.

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The Latest Step in Our Carbon-free Evolution
Today, PSEG took another significant step in our evolution as a clean energy infrastructure-focused company, announcing that we agreed to sell our PSEG Fossil generating portfolio to newly formed subsidiaries of ArcLight Energy Partners Fund VII, L.P., a fund controlled by ArcLight Capital...
Aug 13, 2021 9:00 AM ET
PSE&G Supports New National EV Goals
We applaud the Biden administration on the signing of the executive order targeting 50% of vehicles sold in the United States be electric vehicles by 2030. #EV #electricvehicles #cleanenergy #electrifytransportation
Aug 9, 2021 3:45 PM ET
A New Vision for Net-zero, 20 Years Ahead of Schedule
PSEG’s aggressive net-zero vision for 2030 reflects our recognition that the energy sector needs to get as clean as we can, as quickly as possible, if we’re to make progress against the rapidly intensifying impacts of climate change. ...
Jul 8, 2021 2:15 PM ET
Making New Jersey a Sustainable State: 32 Towns Receive Grants to Advance Goal
Sustainable Jersey announced the thirty-two New Jersey municipalities selected to receive a Sustainable Jersey grant funded by the PSEG Foundation. Four $20,000 grants, eight $10,000 grants and twenty $2,000 grants were distributed to municipalities in fourteen New Jersey counties. The grant awards will fund a range of projects including green infrastructure implementation, stormwater...
Jul 1, 2021 10:00 AM ET
Finding Balance Between Wildlife and Utility Infrastructure
When PSE&G began planning for its Roseland-Pleasant Valley electric transmission upgrade project, one of the first questions for PSE&G biologists was what to do with an eagle’s nest on one of the towers where a pair of bald eagles had been nesting for more than six years? The 90-year-old steel lattice tower sat along the banks of the South Branch of the Raritan River, and eagles found...
Jun 25, 2021 1:55 PM ET

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