Our homes, businesses and communities are relying on electric power like never before. It warms and cools our family rooms and storefronts, powers our televisions and computers, and charges the devices that keep us connected to friends, family and colleagues.
Just as we’ve come to expect more bandwidth and faster speeds from our internet providers, we are also expecting more from our electric companies. JCP&L knows it’s our responsibility to make sure every customer has the power they need when they need it. We’ve been working hard to continuously improve your service as population and demand on the system continue to grow.
That’s why JCP&L has proposed the Monmouth County Reliability Project (MCRP): a new 230-kilovolt transmission line on a New Jersey Transit right-of-way between existing substations in Aberdeen and Red Bank. This project will enhance service by updating the system with modern technology and delivering the additional power our customers require.
JCP&L has created this website to help you learn more about the project. We have only just begun this important process, and we value your feedback as we move forward.