Superstorm Sandy — aka Hurricane Sandy — holds the dubious distinction of being the most destructive storm in New Jersey-based PSE&G's 109-year history, impacting twice as many customers as 2011's Hurricane Irene. In addition to leaving more than 1.9 million of PSE&G's 2.2 million electric customers without power, Sandy's storm surge caused the Hudson, Hackensack and Passaic rivers to overflow their banks, causing unimaginable devastation to numerous ...

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