Disaster preparedness touted by Red Cross and utilities

Looking out at the city’s renovated picturesque marina Tuesday, Mathieu Nelessen said it was hard to believe nearly two years ago he was helping Mayor Wilda Diaz offer assistance to residents impacted by the damage caused by Superstorm Sandy.

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Turning the Spotlight on the NJUA

How Energy Initiatives Generate Economic Growth

We get so used to it: Flip the switch and the lights go on. Change the thermostat, and violà: heat or air conditioning. We count on our electric and gas utility companies to ensure that’s the case – 24/7/365, and regardless of how extreme the weather is.

Established in 1915, the New Jersey Utilities Association (NJUA) is a statewide trade association for investor-owned utilities that provide water, wastewater, electric, natural gas and telecommunications services to New Jersey residences and businesses. The 16 member companies deliver their respective services to more than 5 million residential and nearly 1.3 million non-residential customer accounts across the state. Most of the member companies have been in existence for more than 100 years and are dedicated to partnering with the state in strengthening the state’s business climate. Individually, they also are driving forces behind New Jersey’s economy. They:

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