We are closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic, and we are here to help customers through temporary or extended financial hardship. We are suspending service disconnections and waiving new late payment fees through at least May 1. We will be working with customers on a case-by-case basis to establish payment arrangements and identify energy assistance options. We have programs to help. Learn more here.
BPU Investigation of Resource Adequacy Alternatives and Request for Comment – BPU Docket No. EO20030203 (March 27, 2020)
Where can I find information for installing electrical wiring or equipment connecting to your lines?
We have issued an Electric Service Handbook as a general guide for our customers, contractors, architects, and engineers who are looking for requirements information. Please note that these do not replace State, County or Municipal codes and regulations.
How do I contact my local engineering office?
Our customers must contact us while in the planning phase of their project.Our numbers are listed below.
Atlantic City Electric420 N Route 9Cape May Court House, NJ08210-1952Phone: (609) 463-3823Fax: (609) 463-3832
Atlantic City Electric428 Ellis StreetGlassboro, NJ 08028Fax: (856) 863-7979
Phone: (856) 863-7906
Phone: (856) 863-7926
Atlantic City Electric2542 Fire RoadEgg Harbor Twp, NJ08234-5661Fax: (609) 645-4788
Phone: (609) 645-4667
Phone: (609) 294-6727
Atlantic City ElectricWilliamstown Junction295 N. Grove StreetBerlin, NJ 08009Phone: (856) 753-2808Fax: (856) 753-2828
Do I need to contact you if I want to install emergency standby generation equipment?
We must always be consulted before installing any electric generating equipment.
What happens if the existing installation is unsafe?
If the existing service installation is unsafe by our standards, you will be required to fix the situation within the time period we provide you. If the unsafe situation is not resolved, you may be disconnected.
Which meter sockets and cabinets can I use?
You can review our approved residential meter sockets list to know which standard enclosures we allow. Please recall we will not connect to any nonstandard equipment.
I am working on drafting or designing my project, where can I get further information?
For an in-depth look at the requirements and standards, please see the Electric Service Handbook for commercial and customer designs.
What format should my submitted electronic files be in?
All submitted electronic files should be in a .DWG format. The drawings need to be saved back to AutoCAD 2007 or 2000 before submitting. The submitted electronic file should be Geo-referenced. Instead of basing the data on a 000 (X,Y,Z) origin point, the data should use real world coordinates, NAD 1983 HARN UTM ZONE 18N for Maryland and NAD 1983 HARN UTM ZONE 19 for the District of Columbia. You will also need to state what NAD system they are using, NAD 83 State Plane.
Which type of vaults can we use?
Transformer vaults may contain only transformers and their auxiliary equipment. Our customers’ secondary fuses, circuit breakers and our meters cannot be installed in the transformer vault. The vault is not to be used for storage and access by unqualified personnel is prohibited.