More than 60 representatives of non-profit, government and utility agencies attended Atlantic City Electric’s annual Energy Assistance Summit Sept. 10 at the company’s headquarters in Mays Landing, NJ. The event provided attendees information on energy assistance programs and resources available for Atlantic City Electric customers, among other pertinent topics.
“The Energy Assistance Summit is an excellent resource for providing community non-profit and government agencies vital information on programs and services that can financially assist our customers,” said Alita Corbett, manager, Customer & Community Relations, Atlantic City Electric.
The event included presentations by representatives of Atlantic City Electric; Affordable Housing Alliance; APPRISE; New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU); NJ SHARES; and South Jersey Gas. Topics included customer service initiatives; retail energy suppliers; understanding client behavior; and the NJ Comfort Partners Program.
For more information about energy assistance programs, customers can call 211 - New Jersey’s non-emergengency helpline, available 24/7 throughout the state.
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