Crews to install new underground transmission circuits
(June 11, 2013 – Newark, NJ) Public Service Electric & Gas Co. (PSE&G), New Jersey’s largest utility, is constructing 3 new underground electric transmission circuits in Camden County. The circuits, which run through Pennsauken, Merchantville, Cherry Hill, Collingswood, Camden, Woodlynne, Haddon Township, Oaklyn, Audubon Park, Audubon, Mt. Ephraim and Gloucester City, will connect three switching stations in Gloucester City, Cherry Hill and Pennsauken.
In total, 16 miles of new underground circuit will be installed as part of the upgrade between June 2013 and May 2015, with the majority of the work to be completed before December 2014.
The purpose of this infrastructure upgrade is to continue to ensure safe, reliable utility service for area residents and business owners. During this period, electric utility service to PSE&G customers will continue as usual.