NYSEG Office in Geneva (Zip code: 14456)
We detail how to contact NYSEG in Geneva, along with directions on how to set up or cancel service, choose an alternate ESCO, and understand your NYSEG bill.
NYSEG's Geneva Location
You can visit your local NYSEG office to answer questions and resolve issues related to billing, electricity or natural gas service, and more.
152 Border City Road
Geneva, NY 14456
Office Phone Number & Fax
You can contact your Geneva office by phone at 1-315-789-8779, or via fax at 1-315-789-5525.
The Geneva office is open from 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM, Monday - Friday.
Nearby NYSEG Offices
Signing up for NYSEG service in Geneva
If you are moving in to a new home in Geneva, you will need to call NYSEG's customer service line or visit your local Geneva office 5 days in advance before your move. This is to make sure your natural gas and/or electricity service starts in time. You will need to supply the following information to open your account:
- Full name
- Planned move in date
- Social security or passport number
- New Address
- Email Address
- Telephone Number
You can set up your account in person at NYSEG's Geneva office, or you can reach NYSEG's main customer service line at 1-800-642-4272, from Monday - Friday (7:00 AM - 5:00 PM).
Switching to an Alternate ESCO Supplier
NYSEG is the automatic provider of natural gas and/or electricity supply and delivery for your area.
- Delivery is all services related to getting energy to your home
- Supply covers the cost of energy you consume, and customer service
By switching to an alternate Energy Supply Company (ESCO), you can save on energy supply charges.
Before choosing an ESCO, you will need to set up your NYSEG account first. This is because the ESCO will need your NYSEG account information to take over your energy supply. There are usually no fees involved to set up service, but you should be educated about other common contract terms.
If you are moving out of NYSEG territory, be sure to call NYSEG customer service 1-2 business days before moving to ensure that you are not billed for extra days. For natural gas customers, a technican will need to come to your home to get a final meter reading. If your move-out date changes, be sure to update NYSEG so that you do not have to go without service.
In order to avoid cancellation fees on your ESCO account, you will need to notify your supplier in advance of your move. Usually 30 days notice is required. Be sure to have a look at your supplier contract to ensure that you are prepared.
Bill Charges with NYSEG
Because the New York Public Service Commission (NYPSC) regulates NYSEG rates, there are no changes to NYSEG's rate structure unless NYPSC assesses that there have been actual changes in the cost of doing business at NYSEG.
The below graph shows typical NYSEG charges, divided by delivery, supply, and taxes.
New York State Electric & Gas Corporation (NYSEG) Background
Based in Rochester, New York, NYSEG serves over 873,000 electricity customers and 259,000 natural gas customers. In addition to serving customers in Geneva, NYSEG also serves Rochester, Ithaca, Elmira, Plattsburgh, and Brewster.
Contact information of New York State Electric & Gas Corporation (NYSEG) in Geneva
New York State Electric & Gas Corporation (NYSEG) agency closest to Geneva is located at:
152 Border City Road
Contact New York State Electric & Gas Corporation (NYSEG) in Geneva:
You can contact local Geneva New York State Electric & Gas Corporation (NYSEG) employees:
by telephone: (315) 789-8779
by fax: (315) 789-5525
Opening hours of New York State Electric & Gas Corporation (NYSEG) in Geneva
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM (Mon - Fri)