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How do I Turn on or off my NYSEG service?

You can also print this form and use it to gather the information you will need when you call NYSEG at 800.572.1111 To turn on, turn off or transfer an existing electricity or natural gas service, use the Turn On Service and Turn Off Service forms.

How do I access multiple NYSEG accounts?

If you have multiple accounts, NYSEG has automatically grouped them for you. Once you create your secure Login ID and password, you will be able to access all of your accounts when you log in.

How do I switch from NYSEG to an ESCO?

There will be no interruption in service if you switch to an ESCO. In order to make the change, you will need your new NYSEG account number , so be sure that you activate your NYSEG account before choosing an ESCO. Visit our NYSEG company page to learn more about your local utility.

How long does it take NYSEG to turn on electricity?

If the last tenant moved out a while ago and your electricity and/or gas line has been turned off, NYSEG will need enough time to schedule an appointment with an energy technician to go to your home and turn the line on, and this must happen within 5 business days of your call.

How do I contact NYSEG customer service?

You can contact NYSEG by using our secure Write to NYSEG form or contact our Customer Relations Center at 800.572.1111, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. excluding holidays. What if I move to another location within NYSEGs service area and want to continue receiving my NYSEG bill online?

How do I get Out of a NYSEG contract?

Ending Your NYSEG Service If you are moving into a new home outside of NYSEG territory, you will need to call and terminate your electricity or gas service at least 1-2 business days in advance to ensure that you are not billed for extra days.

How do I Turn on my natural gas at NYSEG?

Once your appliances have been installed, call NYSEG to schedule our crew to turn on the natural gas. You or your contractor should plan to be at home for the turn on appointment. That’s all there is to it! We take care of everything that you need on our side of the meter.

When should I call NYSEG to schedule my service turn off?

The sooner you can call the better, however, as having your service turned off depends on technician availability. If your move out date changes after you have called to schedule your service turn off, be sure to call NYSEG before your scheduled date to ensure you do not go without service.

You still call NYSEG. NYSEG will continue to safely and reliably deliver your electricity no matter which supplier you choose. For questions about electricity supply from your ESCO or about the ESCO portion of your electricity bill, contact your ESCO. What is a supplier other than NYSEG, an energy services company or an ESCO?

Will my energy service be interrupted if I switch to ESCO?

How long does it take for NYSEG to activate my service?

Your service may take up to 5 business days to activate. If the last tenant moved out a while ago and your electricity and/or gas line has been turned off, NYSEG will need enough time to schedule an appointment with an energy technician to go to your home and turn the line on, and this must happen within 5 business days of your call.

How do I terminate my NYSEG electricity or gas service?

If you are moving into a new home outside of NYSEG territory, you will need to call and terminate your electricity or gas service at least 1-2 business days in advance to ensure that you are not billed for extra days. The sooner you can call the better, however, as having your service turned off depends on technician availability.

When should I call NYSEG to schedule my service turn off?

The sooner you can call the better, however, as having your service turned off depends on technician availability. If your move out date changes after you have called to schedule your service turn off, be sure to call NYSEG before your scheduled date to ensure you do not go without service.

How long does it take to connect to a natural gas service?

This is a simple agreement between you and RG&E that says if we install a natural gas service to your home you will connect a gas appliance to this new service within 90 days.

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