August 2011, Vol. 238 No. 8


PSE&G Expands Investments In Upgrades and Energy Efficiency

Public Service Electric & Gas Company (PSE&G) is planning investments to accelerate its electric and gas infrastructure and energy efficiency program. The utility will spend about $195 million in accelerated capital improvements to its electric distribution network that are expected to create more than 300 jobs. The accelerated gas stimulus work includes eight projects representing an investment of $78 million to enhance the reliability of the utility’s gas distribution system. Among the projects are the replacement of 47 miles of aging cast iron and bare steel gas mains and 4,200 bare steel gas services. Additional projects include the replacement of aging or

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