Sustainable Essex Alliance - 2021


The Sustainable Essex Alliance Energy Aggregation Program Contract with Energy Harbor will end in September 2022.

At that time, all participants will automatically be switched back to PSE&G as their electric utility. 

Questions, Issues, Opting Out

Residents may have questions or issues at any time, may have missed the opportunity to opt out prior to the beginning of the program or may decide to opt out of the program at any time. Please contact:

Gabel Associates:

1-855-365-0770 or email

Energy Harbor:

1-866-646-3749 or email  

PSE&G Customers are Eligible

The Township's involvement in the Sustainable Essex Alliance Renewable Government Energy Aggregation (SEA R-GEA) program has led to an Energy Aggregation opportunity for PSE&G customers. 

Meeting: February 23, 2021

There was a virtual Energy Aggregation Meeting to discuss the inception of a renewable energy program for the Township of Livingston’s PSE&G customers at 6:00 p.m. on February 23, 2021. The meeting was livestreamed on the Township's Facebook page and open to the public to join via Zoom. Learn more here.

View the Presentation Slides here (PDF)

Watch the meeting video:

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NJ State Law Require Opt-Out

In accordance with NJ State Regulations [N.J.A.C. 14:4-6.6 (i)], residents must be automatically enrolled (unless they already have a third-party supplier or utilize solar power). However, residents are not obligated to participate in the program and may ‘opt-out’ easily at any time if they so choose.

Please note that the informational packet sent to PSE&G customers in Livingston contained an OPT-OUT Card.

About Energy Aggregation Programs

Energy deregulation in New Jersey allows customers to choose their electricity and natural gas suppliers. This provides customers with a choice of competitive energy suppliers, while the delivery, transmission, and distribution of power remains the responsibility of the current, local, regulated power company, and service reliability remains steady.

When more people take advantage of deregulation, the marketplace responds accordingly. Almost all consumers in deregulated markets can benefit from lower electricity and natural gas prices. However, switching energy providers to save money can be complex.

The Township of Livingston is working with outside energy consultant Gabel Associates, which is assisting with the Sustainable Essex Alliance Renewable Government Energy Aggregation program (SEA R-GEA).  

More Information

For more on how government energy aggregation works, visit the NJGEA website.