811.jpgOur Mission

To promote a broader understanding of the investor-owned utility industry and its contributions to public well-being and New Jersey’s economy.

To advocate for the industry before the State Legislature and regulatory agencies to achieve policies that promote the interest of utilities and their customers in the provision of safe, reliable, environmentally conscious and cost effective services.

To improve efficiency and service through the exchange of ideas, experience and know-how among utility companies.

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NJUA Presents College Scholarships to Three Deserving New Jersey Students

Trenton, NJ – The New Jersey Utilities Association (NJUA) is pleased to announce the 2015 recipients of the Association’s James R. Leva Scholarship, Excellence in Diversity Scholarship and Trade and Vocational School Scholarship Awards. NJUA’s scholarship review committee selected three promising New Jersey students to award scholarship funds made possible through financial support by NJUA’s member companies.

New Jersey Utilities Association Awards Utility Industry’s Highest Honor to Alfred C. Koeppe

Trenton, NJ – The New Jersey Utilities Association (NJUA) has awarded the utility industry’s highest honor, the NJUA Distinguished Service Award, to Alfred C. Koeppe for his leadership and accomplishments on behalf of New Jersey’s investor-owned utilities. The award was presented during the Association’s 100th Annual Conference at Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City.  
Vincent Maione, president, Atlantic City Electric; Alfred C. Koeppe, NJUA’s 2015 Distinguished Service Award recipient; Commissioner Joseph L. Fiordalsio, NJ Board of Public Utilities; Andrew Hendry, president and CEO, NJUA

Time for N.J. to update telecommunications law for the modern era

By Star-Ledger Guest Columnist 

By Leecia Eve

In the late 1990s, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities acted in the best interest of New Jerseyans when it started classifying as competitive certain telephone services then offered by Verizon. The Board didn't "deregulate" those services but simply acknowledged what had long been obvious; that the communications landscape had become increasingly competitive, benefitting consumers.

Power Utilities Take a ‘Resilient’ Stance

New Jersey electric and natural gas companies are investing billions in infrastructure to keep businesses and residents ‘empowered.’

By: Anthony Birritteri, Editor-in-Chief
April 20, 2015 

Resiliency, redundancy and infrastructure improvements; these are the key initiatives of the state’s power utilities today as they improve their transmission systems in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.

In the following Q&A, New Jersey Business magazine sits down with the executives of four leading utilities, as well as the president of the New Jersey Utilities Association, to discuss the money being spent on improving energy transmission (both electric and gas) throughout the state. Billions of dollars are being invested, but what does this mean for end-user costs? Are residents and businesses more accepting of utility capital investments after being “left in the dark” in Sandy’s immediate aftermath?


New Jersey Utilities Association Celebrates Eighth Annual National Safe Digging Month

NJUA encourages New Jersey residents to always call 811 a few days before digging

Trenton, NJ – This April, the New Jersey Utilities Association (NJUA) is recognizing the eighth annual National Safe Digging Month and reminding New Jersey residents to always call 811 three full business days before any digging project. National Safe Digging Month is formally recognized by the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate.

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