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New Jersey Statutes Title 48. Public Utilities 48 § 2-29.48

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As used in P.L.2019, c. 154 (C.48:2-29.48 et seq.):

?Board? means the Board of Public Utilities or any successor agency.

?Electric public utility? or ?utility? means a public utility, as that term is defined in R.S.48:2-13, that provides electric distribution service.

?Emergency? means any condition constituting a potential danger to life, health, or property requiring an electric public utility to immediately discontinue or interrupt service or that results in an unscheduled discontinuance or interruption in electric service.

?Medical customer? means a residential electric public utility customer of record who uses life-sustaining equipment powered by electricity, as determined by the board, at the customer's address and affirmatively responds to a request for information pursuant to subsection a. of section 2 of P.L.2019, c. 154 (C.48:2-29.49).

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