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About Natural Gas Deregulation – Atlanta Gas Light Company

Atlanta Gas Light (AGL) is your delivery company for natural gas in Atlanta. But they no longer supply your natural gas. Your AGL Pass-Through Charges will just be a line item on the bill from your selected supplier. You must pick from the list of approved suppliers approved by the Georgia Public Service Commisson.

Here are natural gas rates and suppliers in Alpharetta. These are Georgia gas rates per therm (unit of gas).

Alpharetta Natural Gas Prices

Provider Plan Name Term Rate per CCF
Constellation Energy Constellation 12 Month 12 64.90 ¢ Details
Constellation Energy Constellation 36 Month 36 64.90 ¢ Details
Constellation Energy Constellation 36 Month PowerPlug 36 64.90 ¢ Details
Constellation Energy Constellation 24 Month 24 69.90 ¢ Details
XOOM Energy Sure Lock 12 12 74.90 ¢ Details
XOOM Energy Sure Lock 24 24 82.90 ¢ Details
XOOM Energy Rescue Lock 12 12 83.90 ¢ Details

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How to Find the Best Natural Gas Rates in Alpharetta

For most people, the best natural gas plan is the plan that’s the cheapest. If you’re looking for “cheapest natural gas prices near me” this is where to start.

We recommend fixed rate natural plans for your natural gas choice! With a fixed rate you won’t have to worry about your price changing after the introductory rate.

But here’s a step by step of what to look for, to find the best natural gas plan for your home.

Time needed: 10 minutes.

How to shop for Cheapest Natural Gas Rates in Alpharetta

  1. Enter Your Zip Code

    You can shop by zip code to find the best natural gas rates in Alpharetta

  2. Pick the type of plan

    Pick from Fixed Rate, Variable Rate or Introductory Rate. (You can read more on the types of plans in our blog on How to Shop for Natural Gas in Georgia.)

  3. Compare the rate per therm

    The rate per therm is the charge for each unit of gas you use. But that’s not the only thing you need to look at!

  4. Compare the monthly Customer Service Charge

    Many gas companies have a monthly customer service charge. This is separate from your cost per therm. Look for savings here, because you’ll pay this every month on your natural gas bill.

  5. Select Your Plan and Enroll

    Select the plan that gives you the lowest rate per therm and the best monthly customer charge.

Your new natural gas rate will take effect on your next billing cycle.

Because of how AGL operates, if can take a while for your switch to be complete. If it’s after the 19th of the month, it may take up to 45 days for your switch to be completed.

Moving? If you are moving in to a new home in Alpharetta and you’re from the area, you can transfer your current gas service. Or you can set up a new account for natural gas with a new supplier and pick the date you want gas turned on at your new home.

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What’s the Average Natural Gas Bill in Alpharetta GA?

The average home in Georgia uses 717 therms of natural gas per year, according to the Georgia Public Service Commission. The price you pay for those therms will vary, and depends picking the best supplier.

Your home in Alpharetta may use more natural gas than the typical home in Georgia. That’s because the average home in Alpharetta Georgia is 2,826 square feet, based on real estate listing data. The average home in Georgia is 1,963 square feet.

If you use natural gas to heat your home (and 48% of Georgia homes do), your usage will be higher.

This graph shows how a typical natural gas user in Atlanta consumes gas. Your home in Alpharetta will use gas in a similar manner.

chart showing the average natural gas usage in atlanta georgia is 717 therms but the usage varies by month.
Source: Data from Georgia Public Service Commission

Based on data from the Georgia Public Service commission, the average home uses almost 40% of its total annual consumption in December and January. That’s because winters in Georgia can be cold and wet.

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