The best time to shop for a natural gas provider is always before your contract expires! But if you are wondering what time of year are natural gas prices in Georgia the lowest? The answer may surprise you.
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Value-added extras can be yours when you shop for and choose the right natural gas plan in Georgia. In this article we’ll review some of the gas plans in Georgia with freebies or value-added extras.
If you use natural gas in Atlanta, Decatur, Savannah or other areas served by Atlanta Gas Light (AGL), you’ll see AGL Pass-Through Charges on your bill.
These pass-through charges have a complicated calculation. And at times they may seem to have little to do with how much natural gas you’ve actually used!
Once you understand what’s included in the AGL Pass-Through Charge or Base Charge, you’ll be better able to make sense of your bill.
Winter heating bills will be up 17% in 2022 vs. 2021 according to one national source. And you could pay an even higher price if you heat using natural gas. In this article we discuss natural gas price trends and the winter weather forecast, plus how to keep your heating bill low.
For Winter 2023-2024, the EIA expects that consumers will pay 21% less per unit of natural gas vs. 2022. NEADA projects heating costs will be 7% less than last year. If you live in a state where natural gas is deregulated, like Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan or Georgia, you can shop to get the lowest rate for your natural gas plan.
Natural gas prices are on the rise across the country. In this article, we’ll review why natural gas prices are high right now (2022), how that impacts your natural gas rate for your home, and how to get the best natural gas in Ohio or Georgia.
Senior citizens can get a discount on their natural gas bill in Georgia. This discount program is approved by the Georgia Public Service Commission. And, this program is available to qualifying customers in the Atlanta Gas Light area, regardless of who supplies your natural gas.
CCF, MCF and Therms are all ways of measuring natural gas. Here’s how to understand the difference between them, how to convert to each type of unit, and why it matters when shopping for natural gas.
Moving? Natural gas is just one of the utilities you’ll need to handle when you move. And how you handle that varies by state and utility market. Here’s how to set up new natural gas service when you are moving in Georgia, Ohio or Michigan. (Bonus: we’ll tell you how to set up electricity service in Ohio.)
When it comes to apartment natural gas bills or natural gas in your rental home, there are only a few things you can control. Your landlord has chosen the furnace and other appliances in your building, so replacement for more efficient models is out of the question.
But, you can focus on the two things you can control. First, your choice of natural gas supplier, to get a low rate. And second, your natural gas usage, to keep your bill low. Here’s information on both.
You’re all ready for an outdoor party and barbecue. Maybe it’s even a summer pool party. You went to the pool supply store, got the pool cleaner and the pool light set up. You have the mosquito net tent on the patio, the citronella candles and the sun tea getting ready. But when you go to light your outdoor grill…
Oops! Forgot to buy the propane!
That’s why we like natural gas grills instead.