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ATLANTA ENERGY CHOICE In Georgia, you have the power to shop around for your energy thanks to deregulation. That means that Atlanta residents and businesses have the ability to choose their natural gas supplier. Customers sign up with alternative suppliers for many reasons, including lower rates, additional services, and more options for environmentally friendly sources of energy.

No matter which supplier you choose, your local utility will still be responsible for delivering natural gas to your home or business. Switching suppliers doesn't involve any changes to your gas lines and the reliability of your energy supply will remain the same. Your utility will continue to maintain the pipes that bring energy into your home, respond to power outages, read your meter, and send your bill. ATLANTA NATURAL GAS RATES Natural gas rates in Georgia vary seasonally. Typically, rates are lowest in the fall and winter and highest during the summer. To see what rates are available from Choose Energy’s suppliers, please visit Atlanta natural gas prices. ATLANTA UTILITY COMPANIES The local electric utility company is Atlanta Gas Light Company, which is the largest natural gas distributor in the state, with over 1.5 million residential and commercial customers. No matter your supplier, Atlanta Gas Light will be responsible for delivering energy to your home. ATLANTA NATURAL GAS PROVIDERS Atlanta customers can also compare the prices of natural gas plans to find the one that best fits their needs and budget. Choose Energy has partnered with some of the leading providers in the area including, Constellation Energy in order to help customers find their ideal plan.

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Deregulation In Georgia

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