The trustees of the Long Island Power Authority unanimously approved shifting operating control of the authority from National Grid to a subsidiary of Public Service Enterprise Group, Inc. Thursday.

In June the New York state government approved a plan in which Newark, N.J.-based investor-owned utility PSEG would take over most of the responsibility for providing electricity to Long Island. LIPA would become a holding company, allowing for continued tax-exempt bond issuance.

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