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Public Service Electric & Gas

Electric and natural gas utility in New Jersey

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About Public Service Electric & Gas

Public Service Electric & Gas (PSE&G), sometimes also known as PSEG Electric, is part of the Public Service Enterprise Group. Established in 1903 when more than 400 gas, electric, and transportation companies joined together in New Jersey, PSE&G is now one of the four main New Jersey utility companies and serves 2.3 million electric customers and 1.9 million gas customers.

With its main offices in Newark, New Jersey, PSE&G’s service territory encompasses Northern, Central, and Southern New Jersey and includes the cities of Camden, Elizabeth, Jersey City, Newark, and Trenton.

Please note: All rates above are accurate as of 7/31/2020 for ZIP Code 07104. Rates may have changed since this date. For the most up to date rates in your area, please visit our natural gas page and enter your zip code.

Understanding deregulation in New Jersey

In February 1999, New Jersey passed a bill to deregulate the state’s electric and gas. This gave New Jersey residents the freedom to choose their electric and natural gas suppliers.

Energy deregulation allows customers to shop within their service area for the best rates and plans that match their needs. This includes purchasing energy from third-party independent suppliers instead of the default supplier.

To help choose, explore our extensive resources including the energy buying guide, how to switch energy providers, and no deposit electricity plans.  We also have you covered with tips to lower your electricity bill.

What is Public Service Electric & Gas’s price to compare?

The PSE&G Price to Compare (PTC) is the rate Public Service Electric & Gas charges to supply electricity or gas to your residence. For electric customers, the PTC depends on the exact kilowatt-hours (kWh) utilized each month. For gas customers, the PTC is based on the actual therms used monthly.

A third-party’s supplier price per kWh or therm may be lower than the PSEG price to compare. Easily compare rates and plans by entering your ZIP code above for a free listing of PSEG electric rates versus third-party suppliers.

What is the difference between a utility and a supplier?

A utility company is responsible for delivering electric or natural gas to your home. Utility companies own and maintain power lines, poles, and wires. Contact your utility company for utility emergencies including power outages or downed lines.

A supplier is an independent company who purchases energy from the utility company to sell to their customers. Customers in New Jersey must purchase their electricity from a supplier, not from the utility company. Due to deregulation, you are not locked into one supplier and can choose from the default supplier (such as PSE&G electric) or a third-party supplier.

Contact Public Service Electric & Gas

To report outages, ask questions about transmission rates, or your bill if you purchase energy from Public Service Electric & Gas, contact them below.

  • To log in to your PSE&G electric account, click here.
  • To contact PSE&G customer service, call 1-800-436-7734 or email them here.
  • To report a power outage or emergency safety-related issues, call 1-800-880-7734.