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PSEG’s Utility 2.0 plan to help customers use less electricity

The plan includes spending $60 million to install

The plan includes spending $60 million to install devices in homes and businesses that let PSEG remotely adjust air conditioners to reduce electric use. (August 19, 2014 6:36 PM)

PSEG officials say they will help customers use less electricity through a new $200 million plan called Utility 2.0.

The plan includes spending $60 million to install devices in homes and businesses that let PSEG remotely adjust air conditioners to reduce electric use. Another $60 million would be used for energy-efficiency measures for hospitals and customers with lower incomes, $45 million...

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