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Elizabethtown Gas Customers Benefit from Rate Credit Related to Merger

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Elizabethtown Gas headquarters on Green Lane, Union. Credits: Aileen Marcantonio
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UNION, N.J. – Elizabethtown Gas customers will benefit from the company’s recent merger with Southern Company Gas with a one-time credit applied to August bills, the Elizabethtown Gas officials announced.

Elizabethtown Gas, formerly known as AGL Resources Inc., will provide $17.5 million in refunds to all customers with active accounts as of June 30, 2016. The credit equates to approximately $42 for a residential customer and is based on an allocation of rate classes approved by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU).

“We are pleased to pass along these refunds to our customers,” said Brian MacLean, president of Elizabethtown Gas. “This credit reinforces our longstanding commitment to providing exceptional customer service and delivering the value our customers have come to expect from us.”

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Southern Company completed its merger transaction with Elizabethtown Gas’ parent company on July 1, 2016, following unanimous regulatory approval from the NJBPU.

For more information related to the customer credit, visit the website at www.elizabethtowngas.com.

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