On Monday, Shares of SolarCity Corp (NASDAQ:SCTY), subtract -3.61% and closed at $19.48 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $19.10 and $20.26. SolarCity Corporation (SCTY) recently revealed financial and operating results for the third fiscal quarter ended September 30, 2016 in a letter to shareholders posted on the shareholder relations section of its website at shareholders.solarcity.com.
Public Service Enterprise Group Inc. (NYSE:PEG), jumped 1.01% and closed at $39.97 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $39.28 and $40.08. The company’s Market capitalization is $19.88 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 505.00 million. PSEG Long Island has joined more than 80 electric and gas utility companies across the United States and Canada to work together to protect customers from the long-running payment scam targeting customers of utility service providers.
The Utilities United Against Scams collaborative was organized to encourage customers to be aware of the ongoing payment scams affecting residential and commercial utility customers across the country. These scams demand immediate payment via a pre-paid card and threaten termination of service if payment is not received.
“Scammers target utility customers across North America every day and attempt to deceive payments and money by impersonating utility employees,” said Dan Eichhorn, vice president, customer services, PSEG Long Island. “PSEG Long Island is proud to work with fellow utilities, recently and every day, to bring awareness of scams to as many customers as possible. The fact that just one customer could be influenced by a scam is one too many.”
FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE:FE), gained 0.70% and closed at $31.84 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $31.08 and $31.93. Company stock’s 52-week range is $29.62 – $36.60 As part of ongoing efforts to modernize its electric system, Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) has installed new state-of-the-art equipment at a substation in East Windsor that will assist enhance service reliability for several thousand customers in the Mercer County area.
The $500,000 project included installing a massive 5-ton, 15-foot tall circuit breaker, a disconnection switch and other equipment. With lower maintenance costs and improved operability in hot and cold weather, the new gas-filled breakers are an upgrade from the previous oil-filled equipment. Circuit breakers in substations are protective devices designed to “break” the flow of electricity from one electrical circuit to another.