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JCP&L 8h
According to , whole house fans often provide more than enough summer cooling:
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JCP&L 12h
Our Home Energy Analyzer is a simple, convenient tool you can use to save energy + money:
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JCP&L May 3
for Contractors: Shuffle, don’t run, from a downed power line:
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JCP&L May 3
With eBill, there are no stamps to buy, checks to write or trips to the mailbox. Simply view + pay your bill online:
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JCP&L May 3
Whether indoors or out, water + electricity can be a dangerous combination. Review these safety tips:
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JCP&L May 2
WATCH: We prepare for potential outages long before severe weather hits. Check out our storm restoration process:
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JCP&L May 2
As weather heats up, encourages you to consider alternatives to AC:
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JCP&L May 2
Sorry we missed you. We appreciate your patience during this morning's outage. Thank you!
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JCP&L May 2
We appreciate your patience while crews addressed an equipment issue in your area. Thank you!
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JCP&L May 2
Sorry we missed you and thanks for your patience! If you should need to report an outage in the future, please call 888-544-4877.
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JCP&L May 2
May is National Electrical Safety Month! Check out our safety resources:
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JCP&L Apr 29
Have a great weekend! Visit or use our smartphone app (iPhone & Android) to access your electric account 24/7.
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JCP&L Apr 29
Tamper Resistant Receptacles prevent foreign objects from being inserted into outlets. explains how:
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JCP&L Apr 29
DYK: Direct sunlight falling on a window air conditioning unit increases its workload. ☼
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JCP&L Apr 28
You can “do more, paper less” with our eBill service. Enroll today:
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JCP&L Apr 28
JCP&L Submits Rate Filing to Help Support Continued Service Reliability:
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JCP&L Apr 28
When working outdoors, keep ladders far away from overhead power lines:
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JCP&L Apr 28
Tip: Lowering your water heater temperature from 140°F to 120°F can reduce your energy bill by more than 10%:
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JCP&L Apr 27
Our free learning tools can help children understand the dangers of electricity:
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JCP&L Apr 27
: Turn off outdoor circuits before replacing bulbs or adjusting outdoor lighting!
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