Rockland Electric Cuts Typical Residential Bill by Almost $5 a Month
Beginning this month, Rockland Electric Company will reduce the monthly bills for its typical residential customers by nearly $5.
That’s because Rockland Electric has completed a cost-recovery program approved by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) in 2014 for repairing severe damage the Rockland Electric energy delivery system suffered from three catastrophic storms.
The result is that the typical Rockland Electric residential customer using 925kWh of electricity each month will see a decrease in their bill from the current $170.63 to $165.93.
Rockland Electric Company is an electric utility serving approximately 73,000 customers in parts of northern Bergen, Passaic and Sussex County in New Jersey. Rockland Electric is a wholly owned subsidiary of Orange and Rockland Utilities, Inc., which in turn is owned by Consolidated Edison, Inc.