NJ Electric Suppliers
New Jersey Electric Rates.
Guide to Electric Supply in New Jersey
New Jersey is one of the few states where both the electric and gas markets are deregulated. In 1999, New Jersey electric became deregulated. In New Jersey, both suppliers and utility companies can operate their own power plants, creating a more competitive marketplace. The utilities still offer a standard offer or “price to compare” as a default supply option.
New Jersey law creates a clear division between electric supply and delivery. The supply portion is open to competition, but the delivery method remains the same no matter who you choose as your supplier. This means no matter where your power is from, it’s held to the same safety and reliability standards across the state.
Utility Providers in NJ
Jersey Central Power and Light — (800) 662-3115
Public Service Electric and Gas (PSE&G) — (800) 436-7734
Rockland Electric Company — (877) 434-4100
Atlantic City Electric — (800) 642-3780
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Residential & Small Commercial Rates in NJ
Does your home or business use under 250,000 kWh’s per year? Easily review our rates online to compare suppliers. Rates area are based on today’s current market.
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New Jersey Electric Plans
What Should I Look for When Choosing an Energy Supplier in NJ?
Fixed rates lock in your energy costs for the term of the agreement. This rate option gives businesses a clear look at monthly energy costs, ideal for closely managed budgets.
Variable plans rise and fall with market demand and other cost factors, so your rate will likely change from month to month. Some suppliers may call variable terms "floating" rates.