Government Energy Aggregation Program
Welcome to the Residential Energy Aggregation webpage for the Hunterdon Area Energy Cooperative (HAEC). On this page you will find information specific to the HAEC program. Feel free to browse the rest of our site for other general energy aggregation information.
The Hunterdon Energy Aggregation Cooperative Energy Aggregation Program’s contract term ended in December 2021, at which time all residential accounts enrolled in the program were returned to the state’s Basic Generation Service (BGS) in JCP&L and PSE&G territories. Savings to residents through the program totaled over $1.6 million between March 2019 and December 2021.
In an effort to provide continued savings to residents, the HAEC went out to energy auction in September and October 2021, June 2022, and August 2023. Unfortunately, pricing received at the time of the auctions was higher than the BGS rates with JCP&L and PSE&G, so the program could not be continued.
Participating members in the HAEC include the Borough of Califon (Lead Agency for the cooperative), Alexandria Township, Bethlehem Township, Chester Township, Town of Clinton, Delaware Township, Flemington Borough, Frenchtown Borough, High Bridge Borough, Hopewell Township, Kingwood Township, City of Lambertville, Mendham Township, Millburn Township, City of New Brunswick, Peapack & Gladstone Borough, and Washington Township (Morris County).
The HAEC anticipates soliciting bids again in Spring 2024. Residents can always call the program’s energy consultants at 866-688-5197, option 3, with questions and for program updates.