About 10,000 New Jersey utility customers remain without electricity one week after an October snowstorm hit parts of the state.
Have you ever had the power go out in your home and when it comes back on you find out your television or computer doesn’t work? In this week’s Angie’s List, Jim Donovan explains what you should know about protecting your electronics from power surges.
For more than 150 years, electricity has been used in medicine.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie has unveiled a draft of a new energy master plan for the Garden State which looks, in some ways, like the one it is designed to replace.
Electricity costs in the Garden State dropped a little this week thanks to action taken last winter.
After a year of review, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has given Exelon permission to increase generating capacity by 1.65 percent.
Earth Hour is one hour out of the year where people turn off all their electricity.
PECO spokesperson Fred Maher says the fire at the PECO substation at 551 Bethlehem Pike started just before 12:30 p.m.
Are you paying more for electricity than you have to? Well did you know that you can switch to save? In Pennsylvania, thousands of people have changed their electricity provider since the start of the year.
Thousands remain without power following an overachieving winter storm that dumped more than a foot of snow on the Philadelphia area.
The vast majority of Delaware utility customers were unaffected by the latest snowstorm to hit the region, with few power outages reported.
With the New Year comes new ways for many to save on their electric bills. 3-On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan explains.
Atlantic City Electric says New Jersey regulators have approved rate adjustments that will increase customers’ electric bills by about 5.5 percent.