In early June, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities agreed to allow PSE&G, the largest public utility company in the state, to raise their electric rates. As a result, the average residential PSE&G customer will see their electric bill increase by $12 this year.
“Electricity deregulation gives New Jersey residents a unique opportunity:
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