Utility crews working to restore power to parts of New Jersey battered by Superstorm Sandy are dealing with thousands of new outages caused by a nor'easter that's dropped heavy rains, sleet and snow on the state.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie lent a hand today as Public Service Electric and Gas (PSE&G) and union workers broke ground on a renewable energy project that will transform a dormant Hackensack, brownfield into a solar farm.
New Jersey's largest utility will not turn over customer payment histories to a credit reporting agency. Public Service Electric & Gas agreed to withdraw its proposal to settle a lawsuit filed by the state Division of Rate Counsel.
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