Payment Assistance for Gas & Electric (PAGE) Program

The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities funds this program. The program is administered through the Affordable Housing Alliance (AHA). This annual program is intended to provide assistance to low-to-moderate-income New Jersey residents who are struggling to pay their electric and natural gas bills.


To be eligible you must:

  • Be a homeowner or renter living in New Jersey
  • Currently receive gas and electric services from one of the following providers: 
    • JCP&L
    • PSE&G
    • Rockland Electric
    • Atlantic City Electric
    • NJNG
    • Elizabeth Gas
    • South Jersey Gas
  • Third-party provider who bills through one of the above companies
  • Be facing a crisis situation that includes a documented notice that your gas/electric account is currently 45 days or more past due and/or have received a discontinuation notice
  • Demonstrate that 2 payments of at least $25 each have been made within the past 6 months onto the gas and electric account or one payment of $100 or greater within the past 90 days
  • Provide copies of all required documentation along with the application
  • Have not received LIHEAP assistance in the last heating season or USF in the last six months
  • Meet income eligibility requirements noted in the PAGE table below
  • Any household with assets of $10,000 or more in savings, stocks/bonds etc. will be considered ineligible for the program.


For more information and to apply, visit the New Jersey PowerOn website.