The NYS Public Service Commission (PSC) oversees the regulation of gas, electric, water, and telecommunications in the state. Energy may be purchased from a variety of providers including National Grid, one of the largest, international, investor-owned energy company and New York State Electric & Gas (NYSEG) a subsidiary of a global energy firm. NYSEG, RG&E, and NY State assistance and incentive programs are available for businesses.
To locate energy providers in your area:
Expand the StateBookStats Electricity Tab on this page for average electricity rates or visit NYSEG & National Grid's website for a rate summary.
Saratoga County Water
Most of the county is served by 7 sewer districts.
Natural gas may be purchased from New York State Electric and Gas (NYSEG), National Grid, or a wide variety of other energy providers. The NYS Public Service Commission regulates natural gas in New York State.
Find natural gas providers in Saratoga County: NYS Public Service Commission - Power to Choose
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|Starting in 2012 the U.S. Energy Information Agency reduced the reporting requirements for “small utilities”. These utilities now submit just totals. No sector data is available after 2011 for these small utilities.|
|Natural gas prices are only available at the state level. Prices are average prices for the reporting period. EIA does not maintain data on the service territory of natural gas utilities.|