Welcome to New Jersey's Only Electric Cooperative!

October is National Co-op Month

In October, members from more than 29,000 cooperatives nationwide will join to celebrate the advantages of cooperative membership and recognize the benefits and values co-ops bring to their members and communities.

Unlike other businesses, cooperatives are not-for-profit, democratically controlled, volunteer-run, member-owned organizations. They exist to serve their members, and that level of service remains high even during even the toughest times. Instead of issuing stock or paying dividends to outside shareholders, cooperatives provide value to their members through their level of customer services and membership checks at the end of each year.

As a cooperative, we are guided by seven principles. Originally drawn up by Charles Howarth, one of 28 weavers and other artisans who founded the Rochdale Society of Equitable Pioneers in Rochdale, England, on December 21, 1844, these principles governing cooperative operations were introduced into the United States in 1874 by the National Grange, and formally written down by the International Cooperative Alliance in 1937.


1. Open and Voluntary Membership
2. Democratic Member Control
3. Members' Economic Participation
4. Autonomy and Independence
5. Education, Training and Information
6. Cooperation Among Cooperatives
7. Concern For Community

These principles are underpinned by six ideals—the so-called cooperative values of Self-Help, Self-Responsibility, Democracy, Equality, Equity, and Solidarity. In addition, the International Cooperative Alliance lists cooperative “ethical values” of Honesty, Openness, Social Responsibility, and Caring for Others.

Please join us in celebrating co-ops around the country during October!

 

The highest possible quality of service at the lowest possible price.

This is the mission statement of your cooperative. With the data just received in June of 2014, we are within $5.01 per year of regaining the lowest priced electric utility in NJ title. Want to help us move into the lead? Look into load control. It saved over $240,000 in 2013. Enroll your electric water heater and central air conditioner today to grow the savings, reduce operating costs, regain the #1 spot and earn a small bill credit as well.

2014 Rate Comparison


Fall Special on Cummins Whole House Generators

Generator Line

Purchase soon and get a 5 year comprehensive warranty at no extra charge, a $500.00 value.


Online Bill Pay Tips

Question about using the online bill pay application? We have some help for you here.


Help Us Save You Money!

Load control is the 20+ year old program your cooperative uses to save you money and gives you a $2 or $5 bill credit per month. How does it work? We turn off controlled equipment when power costs are high get more information here...

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Sussex Rural Electric Cooperative • 64 County Route 639 • Sussex, NJ • Email:

Phone: (973) 875-5101 • ER: (877) 504-6463 (after hours and in emergencies) • Fax: (973) 875-4114

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