Atlantic City Electric customers can take advantage of the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program’s (LIHEAP) extension until August 31 by submitting applications now to secure grants while money is still available.
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August 11 is National Call Before You Dig Day and serves as a reminder to call 811 before digging.
During the summer months, Atlantic City Electric will inspect more than 1,100 miles of transmission lines by helicopter in South Jersey. The flight inspections will occur in portions of Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Ocean, and Salem counties.
Atlantic City Electric customers will benefit from a $26-million effort to trim trees and remove vegetation along nearly 1,800 miles of aerial electric lines in 2018. This work, which will continue through the year, will help maintain safe and reliable service for about 135,000 customers.
Atlantic City Electric has announced Gary Stockbridge as new region president. He replaces Vince Maione, who retired from the company in March.
Atlantic City Electric recently announced that the company was recognized by Edison Electric Institute (EEI) for its restoration efforts following Winter Storm Toby and for contributions to the unprecedented emergency power restoration mission in Puerto Rico following Hurricanes Irma and Maria.
As part of National Safety Month and the energy company’s ongoing efforts to promote safety around electric equipment, Atlantic City Electric reminds customers and local contractors to be aware of their surroundings when planning projects near electric equipment.
Atlantic City Electric will inspect more than 28,000 wooden utility poles throughout the year as part of the company’s commitment to deliver safe and reliable energy for customers.
Atlantic City Electric, through a partnership with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Atlantic City and Gloucester County, has launched a new program called the Atlantic City Electric STEM Club.
Atlantic City Electric has dispatched crews and support contractors to assist with restoring power in areas of the southeast U.S. damaged by Hurricane Irma.