Atlantic City Electric is monitoring a coastal storm that is expected to bring severe weather to our area this weekend. Strong winds and heavy rainfall may bring down trees and damage equipment, resulting in power outages for our customers. We are prepared for this event and have enhanced our staffing resources to best respond. Safety is our top priority. We urge customers to stay away from downed wires and other equipment. To report a downed wire, call 800-833-7476. Report and track outages through our mobile app or website at atlanticcityelectric.com/StormPrep.
Public electric vehicle chargers are an amenity that make your community more attractive to businesses and residents alike. With more access to public charging stations, EV drivers get the peace of mind to drive farther.
By installing public Level 2 or DC fast chargers, that are accessible to all EV drivers 24/7, you may be eligible for the following incentives.
Work completed by a licensed electrician after February 17, 2021, is also eligible for a rebate.
The cost of charging an EV is different for everyone and will depend on several factors such as the type of EV, the size of your vehicle's battery, your electricity rate, and the distance you drive. You will be billed at Atlantic City Electric's current price per kilowatt hour, or the price per kilowatt hour of your competitive supplier, plus Atlantic City Electric's delivery charges.
For customers installing and operating publicly-accessible DCFC stations, a dedicated charging rate (MGS-SEVC) is available. For more information, refer to
pages 16 and 17 of the New Jersey Electric Tariff.