Pennsauken’s Energy Aggregation Program To End In September

A cost-saving program that allowed residents lower electric rates is coming to an end.

The Pennsauken Township energy aggregation program, which provided an electric rate 13 percent lower than PSE&G, will conclude its 16-month fixed rate contract with enrolled residents’ September 2017 meter read. After September, these accounts will be automatically returned to PSE&G for electricity supply service; residents are not required to do anything in order to switch back. As before, PSE&G will continue to deliver residents’ power, handle customer accounts, respond to outages, and maintain service.

“We thank those residents who participated in Pennsauken’s residential government energy aggregation program. The Township’s administration and our Committee were glad that we could help residents save money on their electricity bills for over a year,” says Pennsauken Mayor Betsy McBride. “Moving forward, the Township will do its due diligence to find an alternative program in the future that can help our community save money in a similar way.”

Households enrolled in the Pennsauken residential government energy aggregation program will receive a letter in the mail regarding this change. This letter is informational only and no action is required.