Reformed Management Contract with PSEG Long Island

On November 9, 2021, LIPA and PSEG Long Island agreed on a reformed contract that puts customers first and provides LIPA and the New York State Department of Public Service greater oversight authority. PSEG Long Island will forfeit $30 million to compensate customers and pay for repairs to the information technology and communications systems that failed during the storm. The reformed contract terms meet all eight of the LIPA Board’s reform criteria, as agreed with PSEG Long Island in June 2021. That reformed contract is expected to be considered by the LIPA Board on December 15 and is the strongest contract that LIPA has had with a service provider in its 22-year history.

Public Engagement

LIPA is committed to providing a transparent and meaningful process for the public and stakeholders. To fulfill this commitment, LIPA has accepted virtual public comments on the reformed contact at the LIPA Board’s November 17 meeting and at a public comment session on December 2. Additional virtual public comments will be accepted at the LIPA Board's December 15 meeting. All written comments received, including video and transcripts of public comments, will be posted below.  Comments may also be submitted via e-mail to or by clicking here >>


Facts Sheets

30-Day Isaias Task Force Report & Board Meeting Materials

90-Day Isaias Task Force Report & Board Meeting Materials

LIPA Phase I Options Analysis & Board Meeting Materials

LIPA Phase II Options Analysis & Board Meeting Materials

Quarterly Report

New York State Assembly Hearing (Aug. 9, 2021)


Options Analysis Public Comment Sessions

Options Analysis Public Board Comments

Options Analysis Public Comments

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