The plan highlights energy efficiency but this is a shift for PSE&G in how they plan to manage their business over the next few years. They are focusing on a utility-as-energy-efficiency-service structure that creates a win-win-win in a post-pandemic world. The new effort will create thousands of jobs, bring in more revenue as the utility performs energy efficiency services and it will cut customer energy bills down through efficiency fixes. This is a major move for a major energy provider.
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