How to Become a Third Party Supplier

What You Need to Know

If you're a Third Party Supplier (TPS) or Energy Consultant (EC), this page will provide you with information on how to get started as a TPS through New Jersey Energy Choice.

How to Become a New Jersey Third Party Energy Supplier or Energy Consultant (EC)

1. Obtain certification/license from the NJ Board of Public Utilities (BPU) and provide a copy of the same to PSE&G’s Energy Supply Administration group (see address below.)

2. Submit the appropriate TPS Application or EC Application to PSE&G's Energy Supply Administration group.

3. Submit two signed originals of the Confidentiality Agreement from the TPS and from the Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) provider (a total of four documents) to PSE&G's Energy Supply Administration group.

4. For electric TPS: submit two executed copies of the TPS Agreement to PSE&G's Energy Supply Administration group.

5. If doing consolidated billing, submit two executed copies of the Billing Services Agreement, a.k.a. the Customer Account Services Master Service Agreement, to PSE&G's Energy Supply Administration group.

6. Satisfy all credit requirements with PSE&G’s Energy Supply Acquisition and Operations group. For electric TPS, credit requirements are set forth in the TPS Agreement. For gas TPS, credit requirements are set forth in the TPS Requirements section of PSE&G’s Tariff for Gas Service.

7. Submit an electronic copy of the completed EDI Survey to PSE&G's TPS Support group. (A scanned copy cannot be accepted.) All information requested must be supplied or the application will be returned.

8. Submit electronically the TPS's public keys for Gas Industry "Board testing to PSE&G’s TPS Support group.

9. All of the above requirements must be completed prior to any EDI testing.

10. PSE&G or its EDI provider will send a certification notification to the TPS once all testing has been successfully completed.

11. Electric supplier applicants must provide the PJM capacity short name for capacity scheduling to PSE&G Energy Supply Administration group, and confirm the PJM eSchedule contract (in PJM eSchedules) for energy scheduling.

How to Contact Us

Refer to our contact list below for your specific needs. If you have a general inquiry, or don’t know who to call regarding an issue, please contact Third Party Supplier Support.

Third Party Supplier Support

Third Party Supplier Support is also available to assist with inquiries, account-related requests, training, and EDI.

Public Service Electric & Gas
Third Party Supplier Support
24 Brown Avenue
Springfield, NJ 07081
1-800-664-4761 Option #1
Email:  TPSupplier@pseg.com

Energy Supply Acquisition and Operations

Energy Supply Acquisition and Operations supports TPS accreditation and enrollment, capacity and transmission obligations, and settlement/reconciliation, including energy, capacity and transmission.

Public Service Electric & Gas
Energy Supply Acquisition and Operations
80 Park Plaza, T17
Newark, NJ 07102
Phone- 973-430-8055
Fax-973-624-2891
E-mail:  settlements@pseg.com

 

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