Electricity in Jersey City

by Donny on January 19, 2011

Jersey City, along with the majority of the northeast coast is experiencing some rough winder weather.

Citizens of Jersey City got some rain this morning which may easily freeze over and get snow on top of that this weekend, making things that much more hazardous.

Jersey City is located in Hudson County, on a peninsula known as the Bergen Neck between the Hudson River and Upper New York Bay, and about 60 miles northeast of Trenton, New Jersey.

Jersey City’s population of about 242,503 makes it the second largest city in the state, and the 78th most populous city in the United States.

Jersey City is home to Rutgers University, New Jersey City University and Saint Peter’s College as well as Hudson County Community College.

Weather like this can’t be too much fun for Jersey City employees who have to battle the tough weather on the way in to work only to have to work in the cold weather, even if it’s not part of the job description.

Some may work outside, which only means it’s best to bundle up, but others who work inside have little or no excuse for being cold, because businesses now have the ability to choose the cheapest electricity rates for their commercial business.

You don’t have to sign up with an energy provider simply because they’re in your area, and you also don’t have to jump from one provider’s website to another. You can do it all through our site by comparing the providers and their rates in your area.

If you have any further questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to call and talk to one of our expert energy consultants anytime at 1-800-971-4020.

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