State utility regulators have denied JCP&L's request for a $31-million-dollar rate hike. In fact, they feel they should reduce the existing rate. The utility company tells Townsquare Media News, the issue is far from over.
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.
Jersey Central Power & Light is seeking permission from state regulators to boost its rates by 1.4 percent to improve its infrastructure and cope with losses from two major weather events that occurred last year.
While most Jersey Central Power and Light customers in Ocean and Monmouth Counties have been restored to full power, there is a section of Brick Township that remains in the dark today. It was an area that has hard-hit by Hurricane Sandy.
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