Burlington County Announces Cost-Saving Energy Aggregation Program

Burlington County Announces Cost-Saving Energy Aggregation Program \ Utility Consultants Inc | Commercial Utility Consultants

Reduced Electricity Rates to Save Participating Residents a Total $2.8 Million. Freeholder Mary Ann O’Brien announced today that the Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholder’s cost-saving Energy Aggregation Program will go into effect this September, with participating residents expected to see savings in their October electric bills.

Burlington County Offers Towns Way To Save By Joining Together

Burlington County Offers Towns Way To Save | Commercial Utility

Sparking municipalities and residents to generate energy savings by buying in bulk is once again underway through a countywide program. The Burlington County Energy Aggregation Program is an initiative designed to save the county, towns and residents money by coming together for joint purchasing opportunities from electric suppliers. “The whole point is to get the […]

CUC On Cablevision

CUC On Cablevision | Commercial Utility | Commercial Utility Consultants

Nicholas Reynolds, COO at Commercial Utility Consultants, discusses how a new energy program can help lower monthly utility costs for residents in Bayonne, NJ. Recorded on: 10/31/2013. For more videos and information about your community, go to newsday.com, a Cablevision news affiliate.

CUC On Comcast Newsmakers

CUC On Comcast Newsmakers | Commercial Utility

Jill Horner speaks with Stephen Reid, Mayor from Point Pleasant Beach, to give a Local Update. Recorded on: 11/17/2015. For more videos and information about your community, go to comcastnewsmakers.com.

BurlCo Pitches New Energy Program

BurlCo Pitches New Energy Program | Commercial Utility Consultants

The county’s Government Energy Aggregation program is meant to bring savings to residents by procuring a licensed third­party electrical supplier to provide to energy for those who don’t opt out of the program, according to Nicholas Reynolds, chief operating officer of Commercial Utility Consultants, a consulting company hired by the county to oversee the program.

Moorestown Energy Agg

Moorestown Energy Agg | Commercial Utility Consultants

Moorestown Council will give final consideration to joining the Burlington County Energy Aggregation Program Monday night. Council will hold a public hearing and final reading on an ordinance authorizing Moorestown to join the Burlington County Energy Aggregation Program when it meets Monday night at the Town Hall. All municipalities in Burlington County must hold their […]

Long Hill Ordinance

Long Hill Ordinance | Utility Consultants Inc | Commercial Utility Consultants

At the meeting, the committee passed an ordinance to join the Morris Area Energy Cooperative. Stacia Scaduto, a representative for Commercial Utility Consultants, was at the meeting to answer questions about the newly adopted program.

Wayne, NJ Energy Alt Program

Wayne, NJ Energy Alt Program | Commercial | Utility Consultants

The Passaic County Energy Cooperative Pricing System pools residents’ energy needs and, with strength in numbers, seeks bids from energy suppliers. The lower costs come from “combining the energy usage of our residents with many other residents in Passaic County,” Mayor Chris Vergano said. A lower price is guaranteed and savings range between 5 percent […]

Wayne, NJ To Cut Energy Costs

Wayne NJ To Cut Energy Costs | Commercial Utility Consultants

The Township of Wayne is working with a county-run program to help reduce electric bills for township residents. The Township has joined Passaic County’s cooperative to pursue Government Energy Aggregation, a state supported process. The Township has participated in a similar county-operated cost-saving cooperative for municipal energy needs for the past few years.

BurlCo Energy Debate

BurlCo Energy Debate | Commercial Utility Consultants

As Cinnaminson fire commissioner Richard Dietrich sees it, an energy proposal being pushed by the Burlington County freeholders can only be of benefit to towns. “I think it’s a great idea,” said the Cinnaminson resident who attended a meeting at the F.W. Holbein Middle School on Tuesday night. “The economics issue is so very important.”