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Out with the Old, In with the New

Detours are an inevitable byproduct of a critical project that’s making our gas service safer and more reliable.  PSE&G is speeding up the replacement of its aging gas infrastructure.  419 more words

Reliability

A Plant Grows in Woodbridge

Stop by the Sewaren 7 construction site in Woodbridge Township, New Jersey, and you’ll experience the hustle and bustle of a staggering volume of activity – massive machinery moving dirt, cement being poured, sparks flying from welders’ guns. 330 more words

Reliability

In America, coal pollution is nearly as deadly as car crashes

When President Donald Trump announced on June 1 that he had decided to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate accord, he asserted that staying in the pact would prevent our nation from further developing its fossil fuel reserves. 1,217 more words

Climate & Energy

The Trump administration is telling a false story about coal jobs

This story was originally published by High Country News and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration.

On June 4, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt claimed that since December 2016, the nation had “added almost 50,000 jobs in the coal sector. 1,246 more words

Climate & Energy

Tennesseans might not be too worried about climate change, but they sure love electric cars

The amount of heat-trapping pollution that’s released every time Bill Williams drives his electric sedan a mile down a road here has fallen by about a quarter in the three years since he bought it. 1,716 more words

Climate & Energy

Utility Work Ahead

Detours are an inevitable byproduct of a critical project that’s gearing up again this spring. PSE&G is speeding up the replacement of its aging gas infrastructure, which means our crews will be in 139 towns digging in streets and replacing pipes this year alone. 400 more words

Reliability