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What Is Orange & Rockland Utilities?
Orange & Rockland Utilities is a wholly owned subsidiary of Consolidated Edison, operating as an electric and gas transmission and delivery utility headquartered in Pearl River, New York. The utility's roots in energy date back to 1899, when the company was born as the Rockland Light & Power Company. It has grown into a company that serves just under 440,000 customers. The utility spans southern New York and northern New Jersey, encompassing a 1,350 square-mile serviceable region.
Explore available electric and natural gas supply plans
The power to switch from your local utility to an energy services company (ESCO) gives you the opportunity to find the most competitive supply rate on electricity or natural gas in your area. Shopping for energy supply and comparing ESCOs with your utility is similar to shopping for a new internet or cellphone provider. You simply compare plans, contract lengths and supply rates. With all this information you can make an informed decision and choose a supplier that is most suited for your household and budget.
Call Orange & Rockland Utilities to report power loss
Generally, utilities are responsible for delivering your electric and natural gas supply. To put it simply, the utility is in charge of operating power and gas lines.
If you experience a power outage, always contact the utility immediately. If you experience a natural gas emergency such as a gas leak, notify the utility immediately. The utility is the only entity with access to the pipes and power lines within its service area. While you may choose an alternative supplier for your electricity and natural gas supply, Orange & Rockland Utilities is still responsible for safely delivering your supply, fixing disruptions and resolving other issues.
Important Orange & Rockland Utilities information
- Area served: New York and Northern New Jersey
- Power outage number: 1-877-434-4100
- Gas leak number: 1-800-533-5325
- News and safety: Click here.
- Community involvement: Read here.