November 18th, 2020

LIPA’s Board of Trustees adopted nearly 100 recommendations from the 30-Day and 90-Day Task Force Reports to improve PSEG Long Island’s management, emergency response operations, and information technology.


The Task Force’s main recommendation was to change the way LIPA’s assets are managed to provide greater alignment and accountability to Long Island customers. The Board asked staff for an analysis of LIPA’s alternatives to implement this recommendation.


Based on the DPS investigation and the Isaias Task Force’s 90-Day Report, the Board also found that PSEG Long Island had failed to meet their contractual obligations to LIPA for storm restoration and ordered that LIPA staff investigate and pursue all contractual and legal claims.