Power Group Urges NJ To Reject PSE&G's $4B Outage Plan

Law360, New York (October 31, 2013, 5:28 PM ET) -- The New Jersey Coalition for Affordable Power urged the state’s Board of Public Utilities on Thursday to reject Public Service Electric & Gas Co.'s proposed $3.9 billion Energy Strong program aimed at reducing outages, saying it’s flawed and can’t justify its expense.

The organization asked the board to reject PSE&G’s proposal — which the utility says would allow about 800,000 customers affected by a storm like Sandy to remain in power — after two of its members argued in expert testimony submitted to the board earlier...
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