Article Photos: NJ's biggest utility plans $4B upgrade after Sandy 1/1

FILE - In this Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012 file photograph, after Superstorm Sandy, PSE&G employee Percy Thompson III unloads new electrical transformers in a staging area at the Quaker Bridge Mall in Lawrence Township, N.J. New Jersey's largest utility company is proposing to spend $3.9 billion to protect its electric and gas system against future storms like Sandy. PSE&G says it wants to strengthen distribution lines, protect utility stations from storm surges and make the electrical grid easier to repair. (AP Photo/Mel Evans, File)