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Weather

Snow is falling at a faster rate. Wind gusts are getting stronger. And temperatures are frigid. Welcome to winter. Weather during the month of January was 11 percent colder compared to December when the weather was 7 percent warmer than normal. The colder weather translates to higher heating bills.

Help manage your payments with our budget billing plan, where your anticipated bills are equally spread out over twelve months. And if you're already enrolled in the Budget Plan, you know how convenient it can be. If you are interested in enrolling, you can register online at My Account. Or call 800-221-0051 and say “budget plan” when prompted for the reason you are calling. Be sure to have your account number handy.

There are also things you can do at home to help save energy and money! Here are a few tips to get you started:

  • Turn down the heat at night or when you’re out of the house. You can save as much as 15 percent in energy costs by turning your thermostat down 10 degrees.   
  • Make sure your furnace filter is clean. A dirty filter will slow down airflow that, in turn, will make the system work harder and waste energy.
  • ENERGY STAR® estimates, in typical houses, about 20 percent of the air that moves through the duct system is lost due to leaks, holes and poorly connected ductwork. This may result in an inefficient HVAC system, high utility bills and difficulty keeping your house comfortable – no matter what temperature the thermostat is set. Check out The SAVEGREEN Project®, NJNG’s energy-efficiency program, to learn how a Home Energy Analysis can help you identify and fix those energy losses. You may even qualify to have it done at no cost.

Assistance

You may also be eligible for energy assistance or home energy improvement programs that are available to help qualified households better manage their energy costs. The programs are implemented through state-designated agencies throughout New Jersey and each may have different eligibility criteria. A list of Federal, state and NJNG-sponsored energy assistance and home energy improvement programs can be found on our Payment Assistance page.

If you have additional questions regarding assistance, you can e-mail us at energyassist@njng.com.  

Prices

All prices are regulated and approved by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities. Delivery and natural gas are two components of your bill.

 
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