We regret to inform you that the Gloucester/Somerdale Government Energy Aggregation program has ended prematurely due to a regulatory change that prevents the Program from being competitive with Atlantic City Electric’s (ACE) default utility rates. We hope to launch a new program in the future. At this time, however, all program participants will be returned to utility default service. No action is required by program participants. Please see the letter below sent by Great American Gas & Electric (GAGE) which provides more details. This letter is being mailed to all program participants and should begin arriving in mailboxes on/around November 10, 2021. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience.
Gloucester Township is pleased, once again, to announce the re-launch of its Energy Aggregation Program (EAP), or as it is officially known in the state of New Jersey, Government Energy Aggregation (GEA), available to Residential Atlantic City Electric account holders only, beginning in March 2021. The primary goals of the program are to provide annual savings and rate stability for participating consumers.
The program previously included PSE&G account holders, however, this portion of the program has been temporarily suspended due to a lack of savings in comparison to PSE&G residential default service. The Township continues to look for new opportunities for savings for residential account holders in the PSE&G service territory. Please visit this site periodically for any updates.
Please see Gloucester Township EAP program rates below. The program is only applicable to Residential accounts.