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No matter who you choose to buy energy from, your local utility will continue to deliver your electricity and/or gas and respond to service interruptions and outages. You will still pay your utility for these services. Depending on your area, you can choose to receive a single bill from your utility listing your utility delivery charges and competitive supply charges, or separate bills from the utility and alternate energy provider.  The information on this page was last updated on June 20, 2011.  Please be sure to get accurate and up-to-date information before making any decision.

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Residential Electricity:

Unfortunately, at this time we are NOT able to help residential electricity customers find competitive pricing on electricity in the state of Georgia.
 

Commercial Electricity:

Unfortunately, at this time we are NOT able to help commercial electricity customers find competitive pricing on electricity in the state of Georgia. 





 

 

 

Residential & Small Commercial (under 1,000 MCF)

http://www.myutilitybrokers.com/enrollment.asp?util=gas&state=georgia 

Residential

Select Rate:   
Rate    Term (months)    Price/Therm    Monthly Fee
    Variable  1   $0.9877    $5.95
    Fixed    3      $1.119    $5.95
    Fixed    6      $0.839    $5.95
    Fixed    12    $0.809    $5.95
    Fixed    24    $0.839    $5.95
    Fixed    36    $0.849    $5.95

Large Commercial has to submit bill for price quotes

Georgia Natural Gas Providers

Natural Gas:

Legislation in 1997 paved the way for natural gas choice in Georgia. Since that legislation, Atlanta Gas Light (AGL) has opted to open its service area to competition. AGL started by separating its gas bill into two parts: regulated distribution of gas, and supply of the gas commodity. Unlike most other areas open to choice, AGL decided to completely exit the business of supplying customers with the gas commodity, and now only delivers gas to customers. Georgia's other local distribution company, Atmos Energy, has not opened its market to competition.

Customers can no longer buy gas supply from AGL, but the Public Service Commission did designate a "regulated provider" (currently SCANA Energy) for last resort service. The regulated provider provides natural gas service to low-income households and consumers who have been unable to obtain or maintain natural gas service from another natural gas marketer. AGL continues to deliver gas to customers through their pipes.

With AGL out of the supply business, customers may choose their gas supplier on any criteria they want -- price, length of contract, customer service, etc. Since AGL does not provide supply service, there is no longer a benchmark price in the market, and marketers are competing freely to win customers' business.

No matter who you choose to buy energy from, AGL will continue to deliver your gas and respond to service interruptions and outages. You will still pay AGL for these services, but will be billed by your gas marketer on a single bill listing your supply charges from your marketer, and your AGL delivery charges. 

Residential Natural Gas:

We can assist residential customers who reside in the area of Georgia that is serviced by the incumbent natural gas delivery company Atlanta Gas & Light.  Simply fax your natural gas bill to 303-200-8670 for a competitive price quote to see if we can help you save money on natural gas. Contact us directly at 303-322-1234 if you have any questions.


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Commercial Natural Gas:

We can assist commercial natural gas customers in Georgia obtain competitive price quotes to help lower their energy costs.  Simply fax an LOA and your entire natural gas bill to 303-200-8670 for a competitive price quote to see if we can help you save money on natural gas. Contact us directly at 303-322-1234 if you have any questions.


Atlanta Gas & Light

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Georgia Natural Gas Utilities:

bulletAtlanta Gas Light Co.
bulletAmericus Utility Commission
bulletCamilla Electric and Gas Utility
bulletDonaldsonville Municipal Gas
bulletElberton Electric and Gas Utility
bulletGeorgia Natural Gas
bulletHogansville Municipal Utilities
bulletScana Energy

If you would like to inquire about our business opportunities in Georgia, please contact us directly at 303-322-1234 or visit our Opportunity page. 


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