renewableNB To Go On Hold, December 2020 After 17 months, our energy aggregation program with Direct Energy Services will conclude in December. The City will go out to bid again in 2021 when energy rates are lower. In the meantime, all account holders that were in our government energy aggregation (GEA) program will simply revert back to PSE&G Basic Generation Service (BGS) for their electricity supply. This transition is automatic, and you need not do anything. Information will be sent to all eligible account holders and will be featured on the City’s website and social media as plans develop for a second program. Outreach will take many forms in order to minimize this information from being overlooked. As always, please beware of independent third party suppliers (TPS) that may start soliciting individual account holders with promises of low rates. Do not give your PSE&G statement or any personal or identifying information contained on it, to any representative unless you truly wish to do business with a TPS outside of the City’s municipal energy program. Finally, beware of phishing scams whereby a TPS can phone you and make PSE&G's phone number appear on your caller ID. When in doubt, hang up and call PSE&G back to confirm the utility tried to reach you.