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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Op-Ed: Pipelines are Driving New Jersey Emissions and Costs Down

Clean natural gas isn’t a fuel source the public readily associates with electricity generation, because 75 percent of New Jersey households use natural gas directly, for heating their homes and cooking. The fact is, however, that natural gas fuels 56 percent of our electricity generation, too.

Water Advocates Seek Public Backing for Massive Infrastructure Upgrade

 | DECEMBER 4, 2017
NJSpotlight.com 

Jersey Water Works, a collaborative with some 350 members, wants to make water systems and their problems highly visible, even though they’re typically underground

If New Jersey’s aging network of water pipes and sewers wasn’t buried underground, it might be easier to convince the public that it is in such bad shape it needs repairs and renovations that would cost tens of billions of dollars.

Third Annual Utility Job and Career Fair Highlights Employment Opportunities in the Utility Industry

TRENTON, NJ – The New Jersey Utilities Association (NJUA), the statewide trade association for the investor-owned utilities, in partnership with Assemblyman Wayne P. DeAngelo, chairman of the Assembly Telecommunications and Utilities Committee, will host the third annual Utility Job and Career Fair on Monday, November 13 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Conference Center at Mercer, located at Mercer County College.

NJ Board of Public Utilities and NJUA Recognize New Jersey Careers in Utilities Week

New Jersey Careers in Utilities Week runs October 16 – 20, 2017

TRENTON, N.J. - The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, along with the New Jersey Utilities Association (NJUA) and the regulated utility companies this week are recognizing New Jersey Careers in Utilities Week. Last year, Governor Christie signed legislation that designates the third week in October to be observed as New Jersey Career in Utilities Week to celebrate the state’s investor-owned public utility workforce and to draw attention to employment opportunities in the public utility sector. 

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