Singh Stands With PSEG For Energy Diversity

"Nuclear is and must continue to be a key component of our energy supply system -- now and into the future."

April 12, 2018

Singh Stands with PSEG for Energy Diversity
Well-Being of New Jersey's Energy Supply is at Stake
Linwood, NJ -- Appearing with PSEG employees at the Statehouse, Republican Congressional candidate Hirsh Singh, (NJ-02), today voiced his support for PSEG's plan to preserve nuclear power generating plants in South Jersey.

"An all of the above, diverse energy supply system is critical to ensuring energy independence nationally as well as safe, consistent, and reliable energy for all South Jerseyeans," Singh said.

Singh added that the continued operation of the Salem and Hope Creek Nuclear Generating Stations in Lower Alloways Creek are essential for the local economy and for South Jersey families.

"It would be fundamentally unsound energy policy to 'put all our eggs in one basket' and become too dependent on natural gas or coal or solar power or any other single source of electric power," Singh said.  "Nuclear is and must continue to be a key component of our energy supply system -- now and into the future."
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Hirsh Singh is a resident of Linwood, New Jersey.  He graduated from Egg Harbor Township High School and from the New Jersey Institute of Technology where he earned a degree in engineering.  He is a results-driven industry leader and a problem-solver.  As an engineer, he has served numerous federal agencies including NASA, the Department of Homeland Security, the Federal Aviation Administration, the Pentagon, the U.S. Army, the U.S. Navy, and others by leading and supporting programs in areas such as missile defense, satellite navigation, unmanned aerial systems, intelligence, electronic warfare, and aircraft/aviation safety and survivability.  From protecting the skyways across our nation to helping develop the communications backbone for our war-fighters abroad, Hirsh has focused his more than a decade-long career on protecting our citizens and our homeland.  Hirsh is running for Congress to support the President’s reform agenda, fight to bring a fair share of tax dollars back to South Jersey, and stand-up to the radical left ideology of those in Congress who want to dredge up the failed policies of the past.  To join the campaign, visit

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