Did you know that you can save on your utility bill with South Jersey Gas by switching energy suppliers?
Founded in 1910, South Jersey gas delivers natural gas to over 343,560 residential and commercial customers in over 112 communities across the state. Its 2,500 square mile service area covers roughly one-third of the state’s geographical area, including the counties of Cape May, Cumberland, Salem, Burlington, Camden, and Gloucester counties.
South Jersey Gas rates and prices
Residential and commercial customers that do not sign up with an independent natural gas supplier will receive a default plan from New Jersey Natural Gas. The rates for this plan change yearly and are approved by the New Jersey Board of Public Utility, the government entity responsible for regulating utilities. However, that rate is typically higher than what you can find if you shop around with independent suppliers. The natural gas rate for default service is currently [content_block title=”South Jersey Gas PTC” id=”7822″] cents per therm for residential and commercial customers.
South Jersey Gas “Price to Compare”
This rate is your “Price to Compare.” You can use it as a baseline to help you decide if you can save money by choosing another supplier. If another supplier’s price per therm is lower than the “Price to Compare,” you can save the difference per therm by switching to that supplier. Check out the energy suppliers offering natural gas plans in the South Jersey Gas service area. These rates include only the cost of producing the electricity. There are additional costs for the delivery of the electricity to your home or business. The delivery costs will remain the same no matter who supplies your energy. To report a hazard or a gas leak, you can reach South Jersey Gas at the number listed above.
South Jersey Gas
1 South Jersey Plaza Folsom, NJ 08037