JCP&L: Keep those graduation mylar balloons tethered

It’s graduation time, and chances are you’ll be receiving mylar balloons from family and friends.

But those balloons could in fact cause outages, if let go into the sky.

“Mylar balloons have a metallic coating & conduct electricity,” says JCP&L. “They can cause outages if they float into our power lines or equipment.”

So make sure to keep this balloons tethered properly, to help avoid power outages.


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