New Jersey Electricity Deregulation
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New Jersey Electricty Account Usage Release
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Below please find some links to resources we think you will find useful if you are interested in New Jersey energy deregulation.
New Jersey Board of Public Utilities:
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Deregulation Milestones in New Jersey:
- Aug/00: As of August 1, the one-year anniversary of the start of customer choice in New Jersey, the Board of Public Utilities (BPU) reports that 73,133 of the State’s 3.1 million residential customers have switched suppliers. About 410,886 commercial and industrial consumers have switched suppliers. Approximately 13.5% of the power load in the State is supplied by alternative retail suppliers.
- March/00: Consumers in NJ, 48,000 residential and 19,000 businesses representing about 12 percent of the load, have switched electricity suppliers according the NJ BPU.
- Dec/99: Customers in NJ began receiving power from their suppliers of choice on November 14, 1999.
- Aug/99: As a result of legislation passed 2/99, retail choice for all consumers became a reality on 8/1/99 in New Jersey.
- March/99: New Jersey plans to launch its consumer education for electricity restructuring and retail choice program on 6/1/99.