by Tom Johnson / NJ Spotlight
In the next few months, New Jersey’s four electric utilities will provide state regulators with a trove of never-before-available data about how their delivery systems operate and what parts of their power grids perform poorly.
None of the new information, however, will be available for public scrutiny. Under an order issued by the BPU last week, the agency said much of the information is sensitive, with details about the operations of the electric utilities, so it should remain confidential for security reasons.
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