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JCP&L and Affordable Housing Alliance Hold Walk-In Events for Low Income Home Energy Assistance and PAGE Applicants Morristown, N. J. – To help customers with their utility bills during the winter season, Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) and the Affordable Housing Alliance are holding walk-in registration events for the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP) […]

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Akron, Ohio – In recognition of Utilities United Against Scams Day on November 15, FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE) is providing utility customers with safety tips and a reminder to remain vigilant against scam and fraud activity.   “We take our customers’ safety and security very seriously,” said Gary W. Grant, vice president of customer service for […]

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Starting on Friday, October 13th (weather permitting), Chesapeake Bay Helicopters will be performing UV/IR patrols on the 500kV and 230kV and will also be performing Routine Patrols/Inspections on the 115kV lines in JCP&L. Chesapeake Bay Helicopters will be patrolling JCP&L territory full time until the inspections are complete. The patrols are estimated to take 7-10 days to complete […]

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While summertime is associated with climbing trees, flying kites, yard work and water activities, it is important to stay clear of power lines and other equipment when outside – and remind children to do the same – to help stay safe. Keep in mind the following when playing or working outdoors: • Before letting children […]

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JCP&L has notified Chester Township of the locations that tree trimming will take place now and throughout April: Beacon Hill Dr. Chester Rd. Daly Rd. East Fox Chase Rd. Fox Chase Rd. Fox Lair Rd. Hickory Dr. Lamerson Rd. Longview Rd. Mendham Rd. Old Chester-Gladstone Rd. Phillips Lane Rogers Rd. Route 206 Ryan Ct. Spring Lake Dr. […]

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With the arrival of frigid weather, PSE&G offers tips to help you stay safe from carbon monoxide poisoning, stay warm and save energy. For safety’s sake: remember that carbon monoxide (CO) is odorless, tasteless and can be deadly. CO poisoning is more common in cold weather when fuel-heating appliances are in use. The first line […]

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