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PSE&G President Speaks on Future of Energy in New Jersey

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Dave Daly, president and CEO of PSE&G will be the guest speaker at the Somerset County Business Partnership’s March 16 public policy luncheon at Raritan Valley Country Club.
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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Dave Daly, president and CEO at PSE&G, will speak on the future of energy in New Jersey at March 16 Public Policy Luncheon sponsored by the Somerset County Business Partnership in collaboration with the Somerset County Energy Council. 

The luncheon begins at noon at Raritan Valley Country Club, 747 State Route 28.

Daly will discuss how the business community can work together toward a future that provides universal access to cleaner, more reliable, resilient, and affordable energy.

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Daly was elected president and chief operating officer of PSE&G in October, 2017.  In addition, he is chairman of the Board of PSEG Long Island. Prior to his appointment, Daly served as vice president - asset management and centralized services at PSE&G. PSE&G is New Jersey’s oldest and largest regulated gas and electric delivery utility, serving approximately 2.4 million customers, nearly three-quarters of the state’s population. 

Registration for the luncheon is $60 for SCBP members and $100 for non-members. Reservations may be made online at http://bit.ly/PSEGMAR16, by calling 908-218-4300, faxing to 908-722-7823, or mailing a check payable to the Business Partnership to 360 Grove Street, Bridgewater, NJ 08807.

 

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