Get the Best Electricity and/or Natural Gas Rate Available in New Jersey

With over 500,000 businesses serviced nationwide, we are able to negotiate fixed energy rates that cut our clients bills by up to 50%.

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quote symbol My energy consultant Jack had the foresight to get me to renew early back in the beginning of 2021 for 0.058120. I just called Pepco and they told me my price to compare was 15 cents, so to have a low rate in 2022 is a huge financial blessing for my business. Thank you for your professional guidance as I am sure I gave Jack grief last year for renewing so early and now I cannot thank you enough! – Jon Simon of Parkway, Custom Dry-clean

Why CES?

With over 500,000 businesses serviced over the past 22 years, using a combined 18 billion KwH and 18.9 million MCF we have the experience, buying power and relationships to help navigate your business through this volatile energy market.

We’ve saved our clients 10’s of millions of dollars, and getting a quote from us is fast, easy, and free.

Compare NJ Electricity Rates & Natural Gas Rates

Comparing and finding the correct energy supplier that fits your business’ specific needs can be quite time consuming and hard, especially in a volatile market. Let us help you with that. 

When you get a quote from Consumer Energy Solutions, you aren’t getting generic pricing. Our energy experts take your business’ specific usage and negotiate the lowest rate available from the top energy suppliers in your area that also best fit your business’ needs.

Our Process

    1. With a copy of your bill, we can analyze your historical usage, rate class, zone, and load profile along with the number of accounts you manage to ensure you will receive the best rate(s) your account(s) qualifies for. If you are currently under contract, we can still help with forward start pricing. We have the capability of locking in today’s low rates for when your current agreement(s) ends.
    2. This will not have any negative effect on your current agreement. In most cases we represent the supplier you are currently with. So, we have the capability of pricing your accounts directly to negotiate on your behalf.
    3. We will take this information and get quotes from 25+ suppliers in your area and leverage our relationships to negotiate preferential rates for you then relay that deal to you.
    4. We use our knowledge of the current energy market to recommend what type of rate and contract is best for your business.
    5. Once we have the agreement between you and the electric supplier and/or natural gas supplier we will walk you through the terms and conditions, like legal information and cancellation fees, or answer any other questions you may have before you sign.
    6. Once everything is signed you’ll be introduced to one of our customer service representatives who will assist you with any future questions.

Energy Deregulation in New Jersey

On February 9, 1999, the Electric Discount and Energy Competition Act, (EDECA) was signed into law. EDECA separated the supply portion of the electric or natural gas rate from the delivery portion. With the supply portion now open to competition, the consumer has the option to shop for the best price on energy supplies from companies other than electric or gas utilities, i.e. from a Third Party Supplier licensed by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (“BPU”). The electric and natural gas distribution utility will continue to deliver electricity and/or natural gas through the utility’s wires and pipes which continues to be regulated by the BPU. Your utility will also respond to emergencies, should they arise, regardless of where those supplies are purchased. Therefore, purchasing your energy supplies from a company other than your electric or gas utility, i.e. from a Third Party Supplier, is purely an economic decision; it has no impact on the reliability or safety of your service.

Choosing to purchase energy supplies from companies other than the electric or gas utility, affords basic consumer protection safeguards, but the rates charged by these companies are not regulated by the BPU. You should be familiar with provisions set forth in your contract with your Third Party Supplier addressing contract termination. The electric utility is required to provide electric supplies to you under Basic Generation Service (“BGS”), and the gas utility is required to provide gas supplies to you under Basic Gas Supply Service (“BGSS”) if you choose not to shop. The electric utility’s BGS and gas utility’s BGSS rates are regulated by the BPU.