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Text OUT to 4PSEG (47734), report it below, or call us 1-800-436-PSEG (7734).

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Report a Gas Leak

If you suspect a gas leak, call us immediately at 1-800-880-PSEG (7734) , or call 911.

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Power Outage Guide

Prepare in Advance

Mother Nature can be unpredictable. Find out what you should have in your emergency kit in case the weather strikes. Learn what steps you can take now to safeguard your home and your loved ones.

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Stay Informed, Stay Safe

Find out everything you need to know to make smart decisions and keep your family safe during power outages.

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Restoring Power

Learn how we restore power, and how you and your loved ones can avoid electric or gas hazards that may cause danger after a storm.

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Sesame Street characters Cookie Monster, Elmo, and Rosita in cover image for Let’s Get Ready: Planning together for emergencies

Safety Tips for Kids

PSE&G partnered with Sesame Street to create storm safety material just for kids. Join Elmo and the gang to learn how to get ready for a storm. Then, find out how we can all help each other after a disaster like Superstorm Sandy.

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What You Need to Know About Gas Safety

Did you know a "rotten egg" odor is added to natural gas to alert people to gas leaks? If you smell that odor inside or outside of your house, call us immediately at 1-800-880-PSEG (7734), or call 911.

Learn other ways you can avoid and detect gas leaks.

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Electric Safety - What's Fact and What's Fiction?

Can staying inside your car really keep you safe during a thunderstorm? Do power lines shut off when they hit the ground? Learn which electric safety myths are true, and which ones are dangerous.

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What to Do if Your Basement Floods

Mud, snakes, and live electrical wires are just a few of the hazards you may encounter in a flooded basement. Learn what to do.

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Why Carbon Monoxide is Called the Silent Killer

Odorless, colorless carbon monoxide can be deadly. Here's what you need to know to stay safe.

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