LIPA bills hike will be larger than estimated
Long Islanders will see considerably larger increases in their electric bills in January than LIPA previously had forecast, after days ...
PSEG seeks $9M for smart meters, car chargers
PSEG Long Island is requesting over $9 million more from LIPA ratepayers in 2017 to install some 50,000 new smart meters in customer homes, charging stations for electric cars and a two-meter on-bill loan program to fund customers’ solar-energy systems.
LIPA: Monthly bills will increase $3 or more
LIPA trustees on Tuesday approved a $3.586 billion budget that will hike average monthly bills by $3 or more next year, while approving a controversial policy to limit board members’ speech and fielding supportive comments from wind-farm advocates for an offshore project that has yet to be approved.
LIPA: Old debt refinancing will save $128M
LIPA refinanced $1 billion in old debt Thursday by issuing that amount in new bonds at lower interest rates in ...
PSEG: LI has enough power until 2022
LIPA and the state are reviewing recommendations from PSEG Long Island that conclude that the region has plenty of power ...
PSEG: Electricity costs to drop dramatically
One of the heaviest periods for electricity use also will see among the lowest costs for customers as PSEG Long ...
Customers rank PSEG LI service last in U.S.
Electrical service on Long Island again ranks last in a national customer satisfaction study, but PSEG Long Island officials are ...
Despite objection, LIPA committee approved
The Suffolk Legislature last week approved a measure to reconstitute a committee to review the activities of the Long Island ...
PSEG defends memo proposing $50G gym upgrade
PSEG Long Island, in an internal memo exploring ways to spend unallocated funds in its $404 million capital budget this ...
LIPA to prep for future power shortages
As LIPA planners look into the future, they see that by 2022 there will be a shortage of 1,125 megawatts -- the equivalent of the combined output of three large power plants.