PSEG and South Korean energy companies Cheryong Electric and Hoban Group’s Taihan Cable & Solution have reconfirmed their partnership that began during the COVID-19 pandemic. The partnership helped secure vital components, transformers, and power cables, to maintain power for New Jersey customers. The companies participated in a Certificate of Recognition signing during the Choose New Jersey Governor-led economic mission. This partnership highlights the importance of international collaboration and the potential for further growth between New Jersey and South Korea. Cheryong Electric expressed their commitment to overcoming supply chain issues and encouraging business opportunities in both regions.
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Office of the Governor | PSEG Reaffirms Partnership with South
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