What if I have a solar panel system?

Customers with solar panel systems on their home, especially those that are larger in size, typically result in solar production in some months exceeding your monthly electric consumption.  In such cases, the monthly utility bill is usually very low.

For these customers, the savings attributable to Energy Aggregation programs would be very minimal on average.  It is for this reason that solar customers are removed from the SEA R-GEA program. 

However, if you believe based upon a review of your past bills that your solar system is NOT producing excess energy that is being ‘banked’ on your PSE&G bill, you may consider opting-in to the SEA R-GEA program.  You are encouraged to contact the selected supplier or PSE&G for further information. 

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1. What is Community Energy Aggregation (CEA)?
2. How the Community Energy Aggregation Came to Be
3. Who is Gabel Associates?
4. Who is Direct Energy Services?
5. How does the SEA R-GEA Program work?
6. Will I receive two bills?
7. Do I have to be part of the program?
8. Would I be able to Opt-In to the SEA R-GEA Program?
9. Will I still be able to receive budget billing (Equal Payment Plan)?
10. Why is the program set as an opt-out program, rather than an opt-in program?
11. What about power outages?
12. What if I have a solar panel system?
13. Will the LIHEAP and Lifeline benefit programs for low income residents still apply if I participate in the SEA R-GEA?
14. Is There any Impact on My ‘Worry-Free’ Appliance Repair Contract with PSE&G?
15. From Where does the SEA R-GEA Supplier Source the Renewable Energy Being Supplied?
16. What are Renewable Energy Certificates and Why are they Used to Satisfy the Renewable Energy Requirements of the Program?