No, you will always receive one bill from your utility. The only thing that changes in the SEA R-GEA program, or any GEA program, is the cost of the electricity provided.
Electric bills are comprised of two main components: power supply and distribution. It is important to emphasize that this program would cover only the power supply portion of the electric bill. Under New Jersey’s retail choice regulations, you may purchase power supply from either the electric utility company under its Basic Generation Service (“BGS”) tariff rates, or you may purchase your power supply from a Third-Party Supplier ("TPS"). The SEA R-GEA program seeks to provide savings on the power supply portion of your bill.
Importantly, the delivery and distribution of electricity under this program would continue to remain the same, through the regulated utility (i.e. PSE&G) that serves your home. The utility continues to handle your account, addressing any outages and maintaining service.