AGL Asks Georgia PSC for Natural Gas Rate Increase

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AGL Residential Rate Increases Could Cost $50 Annually Atlanta Gas & Light, the company which manages and maintains Georgia’s natural gas infrastructure, recently asked the Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC) to increase residential rates by $96 million in 2020. This translates into an extra $3.80 per month for a typical Georgia household, or $45.60 per […]

Carbon Monoxide Poisonings in Georgia Rise in Winter

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How To Stay Safe And Avoid Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Carbon monoxide is responsible for poisoning more than 10,000 people every year across the USA, over 400 of whom die. With furnaces running longer to keep your home warm this winter, we want to help protect natural gas consumers in the Atlanta Gas & Light service […]

Fireplace Safety Tips For New Years

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Keep Safe Around The Fire This New Years Eve There’s nothing quite as cozy and warming as a crackling log fire. But while fireplaces are a great way to keep your home warm while saving on natural gas heating bills, you should make sure to treat them with respect. Make sure you and your family […]

Home Suffers Natural Gas Leak Explosion In Canton, GA

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What Caused The Explosion? The woman whose Canton, GA home exploded reportedly explained that she’d smelled natural gasearlier in the day, and was investigating a leak. Unfortunately, she stayed in the property waiting for her son, and the gas eventually built up until it exploded. The property detonated with enough force that a neighbor several […]

Your Unsealed Crawlspace Is Costing You Money

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Can Sealing Crawlspaces Save Money? Homeowners should be aware of a big potential problem lying just beneath their feet. Although for many years houses have been built with unsealed crawlspaces, this could be costing you the chance to save money on your natural gas bills because you’re spending more on heating and cooling your home. […]

Natural Gas Safety Tips As Furnace Season Approaches

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Our Top Tips For Winter Furnace Safety As colder weather begins to set in, households all over Georgia’s Atlanta Gas & Light service area are going to start cranking up the thermostat, using more and more natural gas to keep their furnaces burning. Once you’ve locked in a cheap natural gas rate for winter, you […]

Five Energy Efficiency Tips For Your Georgia Thanksgiving Dinner

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Here’s How You Can Save Energy Over Thanksgiving Every year, American natural gas usage spikes over Thanksgiving. Furnaces work overtime to keep homes warm, and ovens are kept running for hours to get that turkey cooked to perfection. Nobody wants to cut back at Thanksgiving, but there are some clever ways to save on your […]

Creating Energy For Georgia From Landfill Gas

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Can Landfill Gas Be Used for Energy In Georgia? Natural gas is a safe, clean fossil fuel, and with cheap deals on natural gas available throughout Georgia, it’s a popular way to heat American homes. However, it’s not the only type of gas that we use to produce energy. Biogas is a produced through the […]

How Many Natural Gas Pipelines Are There In Georgia?

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What’s The Total Number Of Natural Gas Pipelines In Georgia? The infrastructure that’s used to transport natural gas is enormous, with networks of pipelines criss-crossing the USA from coast to coast. Georgia is home to two of these conduits, with a third natural gas pipeline under construction. The state is also covered by a whole […]

Has Hurricane Florence Spiked Natural Gas Prices in GA?

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Will Natural Gas Be More Expensive in Georgia Because Of Hurricane Florence? A week ago, everyone in Georgia was waiting to see whether Hurricane Florence would hit us. After wreaking havoc in North Carolina, would the storm turn south and hit Georgia, too? Meteorologists didn’t know, and everyone up to and including the President issued […]