Huge Number Of Clients Are Still Without Power

The utility crews are doing their jobs in restoring the electricity even as a nor’easter carries rain, wind, and sleet to some parts of New Jersey caused by the Superstorm Sandy.

Over and above 363,000 houses and industries stayed without service a week and a half after the storm made an impact in the state, decreased from a high of 2.7 million.

There are 185,380 power outages of Public Service Electric & Gas. The crews are doing their best to produce a substation to back into service in Bayonne.

There are 168,171 clients of Jersey Central Power & Light that don’t have power, particularly in the territories of Monmouth and Morris counties, while Orange & Rockland has 9,600 homes. On the other hand, there are about 300 clients of Atlantic City Electric that are in the dark according to some reports.

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