At the peak of the storm, 1.7 of the utility's 2.2 million electric customers were affected.
Key focus areas for the repairs remain Jersey City and Hoboken in Hudson County.
"We certainly expect to get a large portion of Jersey City's power back this weekend," said PSE&G President Ralph La Rossa during a conference call with reporters. "Hoboken is more of a challenge because they were hit so hard by the flood waters. We are working with FEMA to bring in generators on location to power large buildings, the hospital, and the municipal building."
In the wake of Gov. Christie's actions to ration gas in 12 counties, PSE&G is working to energize refineries across the state to help the fuel crisis currently being experienced in these northern counties.
"Another area that is a major focus for us is schools," said La Rossa. "I know our kids have been out of school for a week now and we've had a major push on that front." He said 75 percent of schools, both public and private, now have power.
"The hard work is being done by the employees working day in and day out at PSE&G. We know a lot of people are frazzled, but if everybody stayed calm it would help us get the job done easier."