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The Long Island Power Authority has reached a tentative settlement with New Jersey-based power service provider PSEG. It would keep PSEG services until at least 2025.

Customers call for Long Island Power Authority to end its service contract with PSEG Long Island.
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PSEG Long Island was unable to meet their self-imposed deadline to fix communication system issues that led to poor performance during Tropical Storm Isaias a year ago. A Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) report found that all of those problems were preventable, and even though their service provider made upgrades, the system is considered “antiquated.”

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Top executives who manage electricity distribution on Long Island could have to make their salaries public. That's one part of a package of bills to hold Long Island Power Authority and its service provider, PSEG Long Island, accountable and transparent. / Flickr

Connecticut’s two largest electric utilities have appealed millions of dollars in state-mandated profit reductions.

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PSEG Long Island said it's prepared for the summer hurricane season after “storm hardening” infrastructure was put in place.