The New Jersey Senate has passed legislation that orders the state Board of Public Utilities to give consumers information about third party power suppliers – so they can figure out if these suppliers are legitimate and could actually save them money...
Amid ongoing allegations that Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) has been overcharging customers for years, dozens of AARP members joined a group of lawmakers in Trenton on Wednesday to call on the Board of Public Utilities (BPU) to crackdown on the utility.
Jersey Central Power & Light officials are giving some leniency to customers in flood zones, who have complained about meter boxes being built after the raising of their homes in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
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