PSE&G, the state’s largest electrical utility and the one that serves central New Jersey, is looking to the future. Over the past few years, the power company has closed its last coal-fired power station and increased its use of solar power and other climate-friendly sources of electricity, and says it plans to go further down this road in the coming decade.
David M. Daly is the COO of Public Service Electric and Gas Company, the electric company subsidiary of the larger Public Service Enterprise group, which (confusingly) go by PSE&G and PSEG respectively. Daly will speak at the Princeton Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, November 2, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Princeton Marriott. Tickets are $75, $50 for members. For more information, visit www.princetonchamber.org or call 609-924-1776.
In March, PSEG CEO Ralph Izzo announced that the company planned to invest $15 billion in infrastructure over the next five years to upgrade the power grid to make it more efficient and resilient. At his talk, Daly will discuss the future of utilities over the next decade.
Daly, who joined PSE&G in 1983, has held positions in operations and support services at the company. He has an electrical engineering degree from the State University of New York Maritime College and an MBA from Rutgers.