Government Energy Aggregation Program
Welcome to the Residential Energy Aggregation webpage for the Burlington County Energy Aggregation Program (BCEAP). The BCEAP was formed in August of 2014 as a pilot program for the purpose of joint purchasing opportunities for energy procurement that would create energy savings for county and local government participants and aid in taxpayer savings. The County of Burlington acted as the Lead Agent and Aggregator for all participating towns and municipalities throughout the county. The pilot program saved residents in Burlington County over $1million between September 2016 and October 2018.
Recent electricity market regulatory changes in New Jersey have impacted the program’s supplier’s ability to continue to provide a lower price for electricity supply to BCEAP participants. Therefore, it was determined that it would best to end the current program for the BCEAP and to return all participants to their respective utility’s electric supply BGS-RSCP tariff rate beginning in December 2018. Residents will receive a notice in the mail from the program’s supplier, TriEagle Energy, as well their local utility company confirming that they are being automatically switched back to their local utility. There is nothing that residents need to do at this time.
Thank you for being a part of this successful program, and we look forward to the opportunity to bring savings on electricity supply back to residents in Burlington County in the future.
Should you have questions, please call Commercial Utility Consultants, Inc., toll free at (855) 200-2648. Feel free to browse the rest of our site for other general energy aggregation information.