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Fred D. DeSanti

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new jersey business magazine

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new jersey business magazine

310 Passaic Avenue

Fairfield, New Jersey,07004

United States

Company Description

Published since 1954, New Jersey Business is the Garden State's largest, longest-standing and only all-paid circulation business magazine. Each month, we reach some 25,000 executive and legislative decision makers in all 21 counties. Blanket coverage also exte...more

Background Information

Employment History

Vice President

External Affairs


Vice President for External Affairs

Public Service Enterprise Group Inc


Affiliations

American Society of Mechanical Engineers

Member


Bloomfield College

Board of Trustees


New Jersey Utilities Association

Member, Executive Board


The Regional Planning Partnership

Board Member


South Jersey Chamber of Commerce

Board Member


Rutgers University

Board of Governors


Education

Rutgers University College of Engineering


bachelor's degree

mechanical engineering


master's degree

mechanical engineering


Web References(32 Total References)


NJBMagazine.com: New Jersey Business Magazine Online: Current Issue: New Jersey Business

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Fred DeSanti, vice president for external affairs at PSE&G.Fred DeSanti, vice president for external affairs at PSE&G, which this year is marking its 100th anniversary, says his company's request for a rate increase is the first in 10 years.Moreover, he predicts that when the August 1 deadline arrives, rates will be about the same as they were in August of 1999 (when the moratorium began), not the 13-15 percent increase some have predicted.DeSanti explains that the four electric utilities bid out their Basic Generation Service (BGS) loads through a common auction, which include one for hourly electric price service and one for fixed price service.Utilities bid, via the Internet, on a descending clock auction.DeSanti says the auction for the hourly energy price (HEP) was for about 1,700 larger customers, such as manufacturers, supermarkets and the like, for 2,600 MW.The other was for smaller commercial and residential customers, for 15,500 MW.The former will have a rate based on hourly PJM power pool (please see related story) spot market prices, while the small customer group will have prices fixed for different durations. "The smaller customer group was split into two different durations," says DeSanti."It is like dollar-averaging in the investment world," advises DeSanti.


Fiat Pax :: Let There Be Peace

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Frederick D. DeSanti
PSE&G Company,


In The Lobby - Content

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Over twenty years ago, Fred DiSanti of PSE&G observed in a speech to business leaders, "I do not so much fear a world powered by nuclear energy as I do a world without it.


Old Events

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Fred DeSanti, Vice President of Public Service Electric & Gas, discussed the pending merger of PSEG with the Exelon firm of Chicago, which has a strong nuclear energy capability.The merger, he added, could take place in six months if approvals are received from the U.S. Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission and the New Jersey Bureau of Public Utilities. Fred DeSanti, Vice President of Public Service Electric & Gas. A panel on regulatory impact on the public and private sectors included Dennis Bone, President, Verizon New Jersey; Fred DeSanti, Vice President-External Affairs, Public Service Electric & Gas; Larry Riccio, President of the Association of Environmental Authorities, and Jim Sinclair, First Vice President, New Jersey Business & Industry Association. DeSanti called for improvement of the legislative process by setting an agenda of priorities at the beginning, rather than introduction of thousands of bills which cause lawmakers to lose focus. To give their views on "Regulatory Impacts; Public/Private Sectors," a panel will include Dennis Bone, President of Verizon New Jersey; Frederick DeSanti, Vice President External Affairs, Public Service Electric & Gas; James Sinclair, First Vice President, New Jersey Business & Industry Association and Larry Riccio, President, New Jersey Association of Environmental Authorities.


What People are Saying about Democracy Works 2006

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-- Fred D. DeSanti, CEO, PSE&G


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