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About Georgia Natural Gas
Georgia Natural Gas, based in Atlanta, provides natural gas for nearly half a million customers across Georgia. Also known as GNG, the company promises to make natural gas easy to understand and deliver great service, low rates, and efficient tools.
The company is part of SouthStar Energy Services, which is own by Southern Co. Gas, a subsidiary of Southern Company.
GNG energy services
Among the services offered by Georgia Natural Gas are the following:
- Guaranteed Billing.
- Residential and business services.
- Assistance in switching to natural gas-powered appliances.
- Discounted tickets for local events and coupons for Atlanta staples such as The Varsity Restaurant.
About natural gas in Georgia
Georgia’s legislature adopted laws allowing deregulation of natural gas in 1997. The next year, customers in some areas gained the power to choose their natural gas provider. Nationally, 16 states have deregulated natural gas.
Our energy buying guide helps identify ways to purchase power for your home. But basically, it makes sense to compare rates from a number of providers – then see whether you can get a better deal than with the natural gas utility that serves the area.
Switching natural gas providers isn’t difficult. Here’s the procedure:
- Enter your ZIP code here to see what’s available in your area on the Choose Energy® marketplace.
- Evaluate the plans available in your area.
- Enroll with a new provider. The new company will take it from there.
Natural gas FAQ
What types of natural gas plans are available in Georgia?
- Fixed-rate plans, in which the natural gas supply rate doesn’t change during the term of the plan
- Variable-rate plans, in which the price can change from month-to-month, depending on market conditions.
Will I have to pay a deposit?
Possibly. Providers will run a credit check to determine whether you’ll pay a deposit and, if so, how much it will be. Some providers have no-deposit plans, which involve pre-paying for service.
What is the rate to compare?
That’s the price the utility will charge for natural gas service. If you can beat that price with a supplier such as Georgia Natural Gas or another company, you should save on your bills.
What is a utility company and what is a supplier?
The utility company maintains the gas lines that deliver natural gas to your home. It charges a fee for delivery and maintaining the lines. Your supplier provides the natural gas that is delivered to your home or business.
Contact Georgia Natural Gas
If you have questions about your Georgia Natural Gas service or plan, contact the company at 770-850-6200 or 1-877-850-6200.
To report a gas lead or emergency, contact the company at 707-907-4231 inside the Atlanta metro area or at 1-877-427-4231.
To message the company, click here.