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Atlantic City Electric provides nearly $62,000 in customer support through its Good Neighbor Energy Fund

Atlantic City Electric provides nearly $62,000 in customer support through its Good Neighbor Energy Fund

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MAYS LANDING — Atlantic City Electric, with the help of many of its generous customers, provided nearly $62,000 through the company’s Good Neighbor Energy Fund to support South Jersey customers in need. Bolstered by a surge in customer donations, the fund saw an 810 percent increase from 2019 as customers from across southern New Jersey supported their neighbors who were challenged in meeting their energy needs.

“I’m inspired by the level of support our customers have shown toward their fellow neighbors,” said Felecia Greer, vice president of Large Customer Strategic Solutions and Customer Advocacy for Pepco Holdings, which includes Atlantic City Electric. “The Good Neighbor Energy Fund is one of our many resources to assist customers and their families during this challenging time. I encourage our customers in need of assistance to contact us now to learn more about available energy assistance programs and services. We want to keep our customers connected and we are here to help our communities power through the pandemic and its impacts.”

Through the Good Neighbor Energy Fund, Atlantic City Electric works with New Jersey SHARES to offer energy assistance to customers with limited incomes. The fund consists of customer donations, made up of Atlantic City Electric customers paying $1 over their monthly energy bill or by making a donation directly to participating non-profit organizations. Customer contributions are matched, $1 for every $1 collected, by Atlantic City Electric—up to $20,000.

In addition to the support provided through the Good Neighbor Energy Fund, Atlantic City Electric has provided more than $1.2 million to local nonprofits and local relief funds, supporting families, individuals and small businesses that may be impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. In June 2020, Atlantic City Electric announced that it would provide $50,000 to support students attending Atlantic Cape Community College and Rowan College of South Jersey, to help support local students seeking careers in energy or related fields. The company also announced expanded support for local business recovery by providing $50,000 to relief funds supporting small businesses that are struggling due to the effects of the pandemic.

For more information, or to make a contribution to the New Jersey SHARES Good Neighbor Energy Fund for 2021, customers can visit atlanticcityelectric.com/GNEF.

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