Understanding Your Bill

 Commercial Bill



1. Amount Due

This is the amount currently due. In some cases, it is not the total account balance.

2. Message Center

Here we show important information about your account and our services.

3. Account Summary

This is a snapshot of account activity since your last bill, including payments we've received and new charges.

4. Next Meter Reading

The date in which your meter will be read next. 

5. Your Energy Usage

This section includes a graph of your average usage per day in each billing period over the past year. Above the graph is a comparison of the current billing period and the same period last year. For Time-of-Use rates, separate graphs are shown for Peak and Off-Peak usage.

6. Contact Us

Here's how to reach us if you have questions, an issue with your power or would like to know more about how we can help you save energy and money.

7. Payment Stub

Please detach this portion and return with your payment. Convenient payment options are shown on the back.






 Commercial Bill - Back



8. Usage

This section shows your most recent and previous meter readings and the number of days in the billing period. The prior meter reading is subtracted from current reading to calculate usage in kilowatt hours (kWh). An electric demand calculation in kilowatts (kW) is also shown here for demand rate customers.

9. Delivery & System Charges 

Charges here include the cost to run and maintain the 24/7 electric system, with prices based on your rate. Demand rates include charges for Energy (kWh) and Demand (kW). Explore rate options at www.psegliny.com/business.

10. Power Supply Charges

The cost of the electricity you have used. 

11. Taxes & Other Charges

Includes the cost of energy efficiency programs and taxes collected on behalf of state and local entities. 

12. Bill Definitions

Descriptions of items shown on the bill.

13. Back of Stub

Choose from convenient time- and stamp-saving payment options.

Balanced Billing customers (Rates 280, 281 & 291)

If enrolled, the Balanced Billing status section shows the difference between the actual cost of the electricity used to date and amount billed.