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Prospect, CT, United States, 2010/07/28 - Lower Electric Bill Today, an online electricity resource, is now helping New Jersey JCP&L customers transfer their electric service to a more affordable supplier.
Lower Electric Bill Today, an online provider of electricity news, rates, information, and statistics, announced today that JCP&L (Jersey Central Power and Light) customers in New Jersey can pay less for electricity by switching to a low-cost, independent electric supplier.
JCP&L is New Jersey’s second largest public utility company, serving thousands of customers in Hunterdon, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Sussex, and Warren Counties. When JCP&L increased their electric rates last summer, many customers voiced their desire for more affordable electricity.
Due to electricity deregulation – a government program designed to lower electric rates by introducing independent electric suppliers into the marketplace – JCP&L customers can now switch their service to a low-cost provider. Customers can transfer their service for free by visiting LowerElectricBillToday.com/.
“Our goal at Lower Electric Bill Today is to educate consumers about electric choice," the company’s president, Christina Cleri, said. “This not only involves presenting reputable, low-cost electric providers to consumers wanting a lower electric bill, but also relaying the latest news and information concerning electricity deregulation.”
Lower Electric Bill Today has helped consumers in several states, including Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Texas, successfully reduce their electric bill up to 20%. Now that JCP&L customers have electric choice, New Jersey residents and business-owners can take advantage of reduced electric rates as well.
To learn more about electricity deregulation, energy-saving strategies, or how to transfer a JCP&L account to a more affordable NJ electric supplier, visit the website.