PSEG, Public Service Enterprise Group, Inc., is a Newark, NJ-based electric and gas company, providing power across Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey. For millions of customers throughout the region, PSEG is the primary energy provider, and household and business energy bills are paid directly to PSEG on monthly or quarterly payment cycles. For those who prefer to manage their accounts and billing online, there is the option to make a bill payment through pseg.com, the PSEG website, facilitating a range of alternative payment methods for tackling your bill.
From credit and debit card payments through the online payment gateway, through to direct bank wires, there are numerous ways to pay your PSEG energy on time. The online account management function makes paperless billing a possibility, and some customers find using the online system to be the most effective way of receiving and paying for their energy bills.
Getting Started With Online PSEG Bill Payments
To get started with online bill payments to PSEG, visit pseg.com, where you will be able to register for an online account, or login to your existing account to make a payment on your bill. Click on the link View or Pay Your Bill under the main banner image to get started. On the next page, click the orange My Account Login button to input your credentials and login to your online account.
If you don’t already have your account set up and ready to go, you can create one from the same page. Scroll down to underneath the Benefits of My Account, where you will find a link to register your details for an online payment account. You will be asked to input a variety of details, depending on whether you are paying for an individual or a business account.
Once you have set up your online account, you are entitled to receive free paperless billing online, plus text alert reminders when your bill payments are due – perfect for ensuring you never miss another payment again.
PSEG.com Payment Methods Available
The main payment methods available are credit and debit cards, and most major card types are accepted through the online payment gateway. You may also be able to pay via direct bank payment, and provided you have attached your account number or a particular payment reference number, this should be easy to track when it arrives at PSEG. When you are sending payment via any means, be sure to leave at least a couple of days grace before your bill is due. This will ensure your payment is received and credited to your account in time for your bill to avoid a default.
Tips For Managing Your Bills
Signing up for electronic, paperless bills allows you to keep a closer eye on your usage amounts, which in turn enables you to respond more quickly to any account issues that may arise (versus slow, paper billing). By signing up for SMS alerts, you can make doubly sure that you are always on time with your payments, avoiding any default on your account or temporary loss of service.