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About Orange and Rockland Electric
Orange and Rockland (O&R) provides energy to New York and New Jersey and serves more than 300,000 households. The Rockland Electric Company is a part of this entity, serving northern New Jersey. In 1999, Consolidated Edison, Inc. acquired both companies.
With over 1,100 employees, Orange and Rockland serves over 309,000 electric and 140,000 natural gas customers. Rockland Electric makes up a portion of the 1,300-square-mile service area and sends electric to over 72,000 customers in New Jersey.
Rockland Electric Company relies on a fraction of O&R’s almost 4,000 miles of distribution lines and 1,800 transmission lines.
How Is a Utility Different From a Supplier?
Rockland Electric Company is an energy utility. This type of company is in charge of energy distribution in a defined service territory. If you live in Rockland Electric’s region, you can count on them to respond to outages and downed power lines when they occur.
Utilities rely on energy sent by suppliers. These suppliers set their energy rates based on the market. Then, as a consumer, you get to choose the supplier you work with. If you do not commit to an alternative energy supply, Rockland Electric will provide a default rate. The default rate changes very often which makes it hard to determine your electric budget. When you shop for suppliers, it may be more important to shop for a stable fixed rate.
Rockland Electric NJ Service Area
Rockland Electric Company reaches three counties in New Jersey, including Sussex, Bergen and Passaic. Communities in these regions include:
Vernon West Milford Ringwood Oakland
Visit our pricing portal to receive a list of current market rates in these areas. We’ll request your zip code and service start date to provide accurate rates.
Get a Low Rate at EnergyPricing.com
The energy market is always changing, so the process of searching for a new supplier can be hard. You might handle the research yourself or work with a traditional broker, but these options might not lead to a comprehensive comparison or the transparency you’re looking for. EnergyPricing.com offers a solution.
Our reverse energy auctions are a way for suppliers to competitively bid for your business. You get to watch in real time as suppliers submit lower bids in an attempt to win your business. Then, when the bidding period ends, you’ll have a list of rates to choose from.
We’ll pair you with an energy advisor to discuss your options after the auction. Whether you end up with the lowest rate or the best contract, you can feel confident about your choice.
You can start your reverse auction process today or reach out to our team with your questions.
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