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South Jersey Industries: SJG Files to Extend and Enhance Energy Efficiency Programs

For Immediate Release                                                                                

Folsom, NJ - South Jersey Gas, subsidiary of South Jersey Industries (NYSE:SJI), filed a petition today with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities to extend an initiative established in 2009 that encourages energy efficiency, and in turn, strengthens the local economy.

SJG proposes to continue four of its existing energy efficiency programs and to add a social marketing and education program to run through June 2018, totaling approximately $56 million of investments that are incremental to the company's Conservation Incentive Program offerings. Since the implementation of SJG's energy efficiency programs in 2009, customers have received more than $29 million in grants, rebates and no interest loans to become more energy efficient.

Middlesex Water Company warns against imposters

Middlesex Water Company is urging customers to be on the alert for individuals claiming to be water company representatives.

Recently, the company has learned of incidents in its service area, where imposters, often working with another person, will pose as water company representatives, and will attempt to gain entry to a customer's home to check water quality or meter piping. Often, while the customer is distracted while complying with a request to check their tap or fixture, they will later discover they have been burglarized.

PSE&G Responds to Cold Weather Challenges

(NEWARK, NJ – Jan. 7, 2015) – With frigid weather gripping the region, Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G) is monitoring its gas system and taking steps to ensure it can meet the demands of customers. These steps include maintaining and adjusting pressure at various points in our system.

The utility also has extra personnel on hand to respond as quickly as possible and handle emergency requests. Both PSE&G’s appliance service business and call centers are prepared to respond to an influx of customer “no heat” calls as temperatures remain extremely low during the next few days.

JCP&L Completed More Than 160 Infrastructure Projects in 2014 to Help Enhance Service Reliability

MORRISTOWN, N.J., Jan. 7, 2015 -- Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) completed more than 160 infrastructure projects and other work in 2014 to help enhance service reliability to its 1.1 million customers in northern and central New Jersey.

"About $250 million was budgeted in 2014 for these projects that help enhance day-to-day service reliability for our customers along with maintaining our system's capability to handle future load growth," said Jim Fakult, president of JCP&L.  "When measuring the average outage duration for customers for 2014, our results show a 17 percent improvement compared to 2013 results, which we can largely attribute to the infrastructure work that has been done this year, and in previous years, to make our system more robust."

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