HACKENSACK, N.J. — Four years ago, Superstorm Sandy was tearing through Hackensack and other parts of New Jersey.
Gov. Chris Christie stopped in Hackensack Friday in honor of the storm's fourth anniversary at the PSE&G Hackensack Substation.
He discussed how New Jersey has increased energy resiliency since the storm.
PSE&G announced that — thanks to Christie and the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities — it's investing $1.2 billion in making its electric and gas systems even more resilient to superstorms like Sandy.
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