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One Of New Jersey’s First Opt-Out Municipal Aggregations Returning Customers To Utility

November 21,2017



Toms River, NJ, is transitioning its opt-out municipal electricity aggregation customers to default service, citing a lack of savings, Toms River Patch reports

Toms River was among the first opt-out aggregations to serve customers in New Jersey

See Toms River Patch for the story



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