JCP&L Electric Rates | Save Money on your JCP&L Electric Bill
In 1999, New Jersey’s state government adopted a new initiative called electricity deregulation. The purpose of electricity deregulation was to increase competition in the utility industry and lower electric rates statewide. The initiative worked, and now JCP&L customers can switch to a low-cost electric supplier and potentially reduce their monthly electric bill!
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Electricity deregulation separates the electric utility industry into two businesses: delivery and supply. If you transfer your service to a new electric supplier, JCP&L will continue to deliver electricity to your home: you’ll use the same power lines and will still call JCP&L in the event of a power outage. Your new NJ electric supplier will simply supply electricity to your home at a better electric rate. There’s no fee or penalty to transfer your service, and you’ll still receive just one electric bill... only this one will show your new electric rate!
Switching your electric service takes just five minutes. It’s so simple and cost-effective that it’s no wonder so many consumers across New Jersey have done it! Whether you live in Hackettstown, Madison, Franklin, Toms River, or Flemington, you can take advantage of this excellent opportunity and possibly lower your NJ electric bill.
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LowerElectricBillToday is New Jersey’s #1 online source for the latest news and information regarding NJ independent electric suppliers, affordable electric rates, and eco-friendly, energy-saving tips. If you’d like to receive a potentially lower electric bill today, make the switch to an independent New Jersey electric supplier!