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Why switch to deregulated energy?

Since 1997, Savannah energy customers within the Atlanta Gas Light Company utility area have benefitted from the deregulated natural gas system. Deregulated energy legislation was enacted in Georgia to help energy consumers save money on their monthly energy bills.

Through energy deregulation, retail natural gas suppliers offer Georgia customers competitive pricing and incentives to ensure quality service at a fair price. If you don’t want to switch to a retail supplier, that’s fine! AGLC will continue to serve your home or business, charging its default rate.

Savannah energy customers can find and compare these deregulated natural gas plans from trusted retail suppliers through the Choose Energy Marketplace.

Who provides my electricity?

We know the deregulated energy system can seem confusing, so we’re here to set you straight. Put plainly, your supplier gives energy to your utility, and your utility delivers it to your home or business.

No matter what retail supplier or plan you pick from the Choose Energy Marketplace, the AGLC will still deliver safe and reliable energy to your home or business. As your local utility, it oversees problems such as power outages and service interruption, so if you experience an emergency, contact AGLC.

How does switching work?

Once you’ve chosen and signed up for a new natural gas plan from Choose Energy Marketplace, your work is done! Your new supplier will communicate directly with AGLC to set up your service without any interruptions to your power.

If you chose a fixed-rate plan, your monthly energy bill rate will no longer fluctuate with changing gas prices. Simply sit back, relax, and take comfort in the pricing stability.

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