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Public Service Enterprise Group Corporate Office Address

Public Service Enterprise Group
80 Park Plz
Newark, NJ 07102

Contact Public Service Enterprise Group

Phone Number: (973) 430-7000
Fax Number: (973) 30-5845
Email: Email Public Service Enterprise Group

Public Service Enterprise Group Facts

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Public Service Enterprise Group Executives

CEO: Ralph Izzo
CFO: Caroline D. Dorsa
COO: William Levis

Public Service Enterprise Group History

Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) is an energy company. The company’s largest subsidiary is Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G).

The company was formed in 1903 by joining 40 small gas, electric, and transportation companies in New Jersey under the name The Public Service Corporation.

PSE&G distributes electricity to 2.2 million customers and natural gas to 1.8 million customers, all in New Jersey.

The 13,466 megawatts of generation capacity is made up of nuclear, coal, gas, oil-fired, and renewable resource generation.

Public Service Enterprise Group owns and operates 17,758 miles of gas mains and owns 12 gas distribution headquarters.

Today PSEG trades publicly on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol PEG, is a member of the S&P 500, is #186 in the Fortune 500, has 9,887 employees, and had $10.40 billion in revenue in 2013.

Public Service Enterprise Group FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Public Service Enterprise Group?
Answer 1: The phone number for Public Service Enterprise Group is (973) 430-7000.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Public Service Enterprise Group?
Answer 2: The CEO of Public Service Enterprise Group is Ralph Izzo.

Question 3: Who founded Public Service Enterprise Group?
Answer 3: Public Service Enterprise Group was founded by in .

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Dominic Ritardi November 19, 2018 at 3:33 pm

On 07/25/11 PSE&G installed York central Air Condition system in my home,
Model # GCGD36S21S2
On 8/25/15, exactly 4 years later, the Evaporator needed to be replaced and that was done under York Mfg. warranty.
On 10/12/18, PS&G technician inspected the AC and found the Compressor leaked and
needed to be replaced but PS&G does not replace this model unit due to the coolant used.

In only 7 years this unit has had a major failure twice. PS&G installed sub-standard equipment in my home. PS&G did a cost replacement evaluation and I believe I am entitled to a Pro Rated Cost reduction for the installation of new AC equipment.

I can only hope the new York Furnace installed in by home on 6/26/18 performs better than this poor quality AC

Please advise
ACCOUNT # 6549343801


James Delany April 24, 2018 at 10:08 am

Called your “ Customer service” about street lights” that fell on our street laying there since March 10 apparently to no avail. Worthless. I was told by customer service a supervisor would call me. He did left message and tried to call back tel number stated “ not a working number.. again worthless.. Called Delran two municipal office was told code enforcement officer would call apparent not again worth less. Called Board of public utility apparently their telephone line” compromised? So could reach them.. call my Nj state senator Troy Singleton office they promised to call and get back to me ..apparently not again worthless.. Called your executive complaint dept.. they took info promised to follow up well I guess not but then again I truly didn’t think they would any way.. what’s next the ombudsman at the local paper? Our neighborhood looks trashy with these 2 poles laying on the ground with splinters broken glass etc.. maybe if some get hurt over them and litigates against the company maybe then youll take notice.. been trying to resolve this for close to 2 months but no one seems to care..


Joyce Morgan May 27, 2015 at 7:33 pm

I recently received a request from PSEG to have my meter changed/upgraded to one that can be read remotely. Great idea!. Unfortunately I scheduled an appointment and took 1/2 vacation day to accommodate their install. Well turns out I need a part that the technician did not have on his truck. He wanted to come back during the week but I work M-F, 8-5 and those are the hours they want to schedule. When I explained I had taken time off, the technician agreed to come back the following Wed at 5PM. So left work early, waited 1 1/2 hours and no technician. I called PSEG and spoke to a nice rep and his supervisor only to be told I needed to reschedule the appointment, All this after 45 minutes on the phone, I still don’t have an appointment. Now I am told I need to take more time off of work to get this meter installed. It is such a shame that they have no consideration that most people work during the day and don’t want to use up their vacation time to have a new meter installed. It is time to really care about the customer and work with them instead of against them.


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