Community Energy Aggregation

NJ Community Energy Aggregation Program - Free Public Information Session
May 16, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. and one at 6:00 p.m.
Borough of Rockaway Community Center, 21-25 Union Street, Rockaway, New Jersey

The Borough of Rockaway has the opportunity to pool together the usage of all Borough residents to obtain a lower electricity supply price. If approved by the Borough of Rockaway Council, eligible residents would be automatically entered into the program with the opportunity to opt out if you choose not to participate.

• There are no fees or penalties to participate or not participate in this program.

• Residents will continue to get one bill from JCP&L.

• JCP&L will continue to maintain all power lines and poles.

• Residents can expect savings of approximately 1 to 1½ months of the supply portion of their current electricity bill.

• NJ state approved municipal program.

• JCP&L Equal Payment programs (budget billing) will be accepted.

• Residents who have already contracted with a third party supplier and solar customers will not be included in this program.

Click here for more information regarding the Community Energy Aggregation program. Click here for Ordinance 06-17, Establishing an Electric Aggregation Program, which is scheduled for public hearing and adoption at the Mayor and Council meeting to be held on May 25, 2017.

Questions? Please call Wendy Molner, 201-563-8834.

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