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Utility Companies Still Top Priority For State Agency [AUDIO]

Super-storm Sandy proved there are a lot of issues to be addressed by power companies. Should they raise substations? How can the infrastructure be improved? Should more power lines by underground?

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Power Outages Kept Low in NJ

Widespread power outages predicted in the wake of Friday's nor'easter have not materialized in New Jersey.

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Power Being Restored to Wind-Affected NJ Customers

Crews are working to restore electricity to homes and businesses in New Jersey after a cold front battered the state with powerful wind gusts overnight.

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NJ Lawmaker Seeks To Stop JCP&L Rate Hike [AUDIO]

Assemblyman Greg McGuckin, a member of the Telecommunications and Utilities Committee, feels Jersey Central Power & Light Company (JCP&L) should withdraw their recently submitted request to the Board of Public Utilities (BPU) for a $31.5 million rate hike in order to cover the costs of Hurricane Irene in September, 2011 and the snowstorm which followed in October that same year.

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JCP&L Unveils Plans For Better Communication With Towns

JCP&L, which came under heavy criticism for a lack of accurate information during Hurricane Sandy power restoration efforts, has unveiled a plan for better communication with towns during large outages.

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JCP+L President Don Lynch listens during Board of Public Utilities public hearing on utility response to superstorm Sandy
JCP+L President Don Lynch listens during Board of Public Utilities public hearing on utility response to superstorm Sandy (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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How Did JCP&L Do After Sandy? [POLL/AUDIO]

More than a hundred people showed up at the first of three planned Board of Public Utilities public hearings on how Jersey's public utilities responded after Superstorm Sandy.

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JCP&L’s Rate Hike No Sure Thing, Says BPU [AUDIO]

To cover expenses incurred after Hurricane Irene and last year's surprise October ice storm and to pay for infrastructure upgrades, Jersey Central Power and Light (JCP&L) is requesting a $31 million a year rate increase.

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NJ Senator Grills JCP&L President On Sandy Response [AUDIO]

The heads of New Jersey's utility companies came before the State Senate Budget panel yesterday and got an earful from legislators about their post-Sandy response efforts.

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JCP+L utility trucks in a staging area in Ocean County (Facebook)
JCP+L utility trucks in a staging area in Ocean County (Facebook)
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JCP&L Wants a 1.2% Rate Hike – You Had to See That One Coming [POLL]

After seeing poor grades from the Senate Budget committee on their response to superstorm Sandy, JCP&L was taken to task for looking raise their rates 1.2% to cover the costs of damages sustained by the system during Hurricane Irene and the freak October snowstorm of last year…with the proviso that they will probably add in costs due to Hurricane Sandy later as well.

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Monmouth County Mayors Write List For JCP&L Improvements [AUDIO]

Following a heated discussion by mayors of the short comings of JCP&L during Hurricane Sandy, a comprehensive list of proposed changes has been made for the utility to improve current and future restoration efforts.

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