Major Energy And Respond Power Expand Its Gas And Electrical Services For The First Time Into New JerseyMajor EnergyNewsRx.com
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Energy Weekly News -- MajorEnergy, (www.MajorEnergy.com) an A+ BBB rated ESCO (Energy Service Company) and affiliate company Respond Power (www.RespondPower.com), both approved by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, are launching their service for the first time into New Jersey within the Public Service Electric and Gas (PSE&G) service area. Respond Power will deliver the electricity. Major Energy Services will provide the natural gas services.
Major Energy and Respond Power currently serve the residential and commercial customers in the deregulated natural gas and electric markets of New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois and Maryland. Beginning December 3, 2012, the two will be available to customers throughout the PSE&G territory which includes parts or all of the counties of Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Union, Somerset, Middlesex, Mercer, Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Morris and Passaic.
"New Jersey is the ideal next market for us," explains Saul Horowitz, CEO of Major Energy and Respond Power. "With the tremendous success we have had in New York, Pennsylvania and Maryland, working in New Jersey and expanding our reach in the tri-state area is only logical. We are excited to offer the customers of New Jersey a superior level of customer service, aggressive pricing and new and innovative ideas in energy supply they have never seen before."
Current household electricity rates in PSE&G are estimated to be about $.1045/kWh. Respond Power's service offers a rate of $.0899/kWh. Based on homes using an average of 10,000/kWh per year, that's a potential savings of 14%. Major Energy's Gas rates will also offer enormous savings potential; the current natural gas rate from PSE&G is estimated to be about $.544/Therm. Major Energy's Rate of $.519/Therm offers a potential savings of 5% based on homes using an average of 1,000/Therms per year.
The company will be offering fixed rate options in early 2013. Fixed rates offer customers the freedom of stability paying the preset rate over the course of the year, protecting consumers from unexpected price swings.
MAJOR ENERGY AND RESPOND POWER'S 10 STORM PREPAREDNESS TIPS
Storm preparation is so important to us and for our clients, especially following the recent extensive destruction and long recovery process from Hurricane Sandy. We, at Major Energy and Respond Power, compiled a handy list of tips people can follow to be better prepared next time.
1.Remember to always call your utility company to report any outage-related problems. Even if it appears others are fine, your outage may be limited to your home exclusively and could possibly be resolved sooner. If others are experiencing the same thing, it's good to have the number and may help with getting service, utilities schedule work crews based on outage numbers.
-- If you have to leave your home, leave your porch light on. This allows
friends and neighbors check if your power is on without entering your
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