Smart Energy Network upgrades will enhance grid reliability, provide better information during outages, and support new energy saving tools and programs.
Atlantic City Electric recognizes the ongoing financial challenges some customers are facing as a result of the pandemic and is committed to working with customers individually to help with the continuation of their electric service.
Customers must act now to secure energy assistance and establish payment arrangements
In 2018, Atlantic City Electric contributed more than $1 million to local nonprofits and its employees volunteered more than 21,000 hours to help hundreds of organizations throughout southern New Jersey.
Atlantic City Electric has received PA Consulting’s 2018 ReliabilityOne™ Outstanding Midsize Utility Award for providing exceptional reliability last year that resulted in customers experiencing the lowest average number of electric outages in the company’s history.
Atlantic City Electric has announced that it is joining more than 100 companies across the United States and Canada in the effort to protect customers from scams targeting customers of electric, natural gas, water, and other utilities.
Atlantic City Electric announced on October 12, 2018 the joining of four South Jersey workforce development boards and three vocational schools to officially launch a six-year $6.5-million program to educate the workforce needed to fill future energy jobs across the State.
In recognition of Fire Prevention Week, Atlantic City Electric is donating 2,800 smoke alarms to local communities through its partners at the southern New Jersey Fire Marshal’s Offices.
Atlantic City Electric continued its support for local community organizations through its 13th annual Atlantic City Electric Golf Classic.
Atlantic City Electric customers can take advantage of the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program’s (LIHEAP) extension until August 31 by submitting applications now to secure grants while money is still available.