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.
Hoping to minimize the impact of severe weather on public utilities and shorten power outages for residents, a state legislator will introduce a bill today to create a commission tasked with finding better ways deliver energy to consumers.
Roughly 1.7 million New Jerseyans remain without power today. Governor Chris Christie says the Garden State has never seen a storm as devastating as Sandy so the standard rules for full power restoration do not apply.
The Summer of 2012 will be remembered as a hot one, filled with powerful thunderstorms and several power outages. Jersey Central Power and Light is urging all property owners and their customers to be mindful of potential problems on your property.
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