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NEWS


The Heat Is On!

With high temperatures forecasted for today and tomorrow, PSE&G is prepared to meet the demand for additional power and our crews will be ready to respond to service interruptions should they occur. Since last summer, we’ve invested nearly $3 billion in infrastructure improvements, which helps keep the power and your air conditioners on.

PSE&G prepares year-round for extreme weather to maintain reliable service for our customers. We also encourage you to monitor the weather and avoid being in extreme heat for lengthy periods. If you cool off by getting into swimming pools, we encourage you to follow safe practices, such as checking to ensure no electric devices are nearby that could accidentally fall into the water.

We also remind you that hot and sticky weather can lead to more energy usage and higher electric bills. Save energy and money this summer by following these simple tips:

1.Set your thermostat higher when you are away from your home or business.
2. Seal holes and cracks around doors and windows with caulk or weather-stripping.
3. Replace air filters monthly. Dirty filters make your air conditioner work harder.
4. If possible, operate appliances in the morning or evening when it is cooler outside.
5. Close blinds and draperies facing the sun to keep out the sun’s heat.
6. Don’t cool unused rooms.Close the vents and shut the door.
7. Ceiling fans cool fast and cost less than air conditioning. (In hot weather, set your ceiling fan to spin quickly, counterclockwise to push air downward toward the floor.)
For more ways to save on summer energy bills, visit pseg.com/saveenergy.

If you (or a member of your household) rely on electricity to operate life-sustaining equipment, please notify PSE&G. To learn more, visit pseg.com/life or call 1-800-436-PSEG.


News Posted Fri, Jun 28th, 2019 By PSE&G

Splash into summer safely

With the kids out of school and the days getting longer and warmer, now is a great time to take a few quick, preventive measures so you and your family can stay safe, all summer long.

Trim the bushes. If you live in a wildfire-prone area, clear brush and debris away from around your home and cut back trees that overhang your home or garage. Even if you don't live in a dry area, keep trees and bushes trimmed and away from your grill or firepit.

Patch cracks in the driveway. Summer is the perfect time to make repairs on your driveway, to keep your (and your guests') vehicles from getting damaged.

Stay hydrated. Experts suggest the "8x8 rule" — drinking 8 glasses of 8 ounces of water each day.
Want more tips for summertime safety?

Ready to Dive Into Summer Activities? Here's How to Do It Safely.

Summer Home Maintenance Checklist


News Posted Fri, Jun 21st, 2019 By Chubb

Tenant Experience: Three Golden Rules Every CRE Owner Needs to Stay Ahead of the Game

Tenanmts

This is key to what I believe the entire real estate industry is in the middle of undergoing, a fundamental mind-shift in the way customers are treated.
This paradigm shift is driven by the way work has changed, become more flexible and even fully remote.


News Posted Mon, Apr 15th, 2019 By Vanessa Butz

2019 State of the Industry Reports


News Posted Thu, Mar 28th, 2019 By AC Business Media

3 Ways Marketing Organizations Must Integrate to Successfully Reach Customers

Marketing today is more than advertising, drip email campaigns, website pop-up ads, social media and point-of-purchase displays. It’s all about long-term relationships between a brand and a consumer. It’s about


News Posted Tue, Mar 19th, 2019 By Mark J.Miller

The Markets

March 18, 2019

The Markets

Stock and bond markets rallied.

Last week, major U.S. stock indices finished higher for the 10th time in 12 weeks. Bond markets moved higher, too,


News Posted Tue, Mar 19th, 2019 By Michael Maglio
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