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  • The lowest Georgia Natural Gas® residential natural gas rate in Georgia is 59.9¢ ($0.599) per therm.

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Georgia Natural Gas®

Georgia Natural Gas® has been serving Georgians since 1856 as part of Atlanta Gas Light, in 1998 AGL Resources Spun off Georgia Natural Gas® as a stand alone retail natural gas retailer, as the energy deregulation came into vogue. AGL maintains the pipelines and distribution network that feeds natural gas throughout the AGL footprint.

AGL is responsible for maintaining the gas lines, gas turn ons and turn offs, and meter reads. AGL is part of Southern Company, while Georgia Natural Gas® is part of SouthStar Energy Services. Both Companies operate independently of each other.

Georgia Natural Gas® services end user residential and commercial accounts, send bills and purchases wholesale natural gas for its customers.

Georgia Natural Gas® Ratings

The overall score for Georgia Natural Gas® is 4.68. Their best category was Community where they earned a score of 5.00, while their worst rating came in at 3.62 in Communications.

Georgia Natural Gas® earned a Gold Award in our most recent semi-annual rating process with an overall rating of 4.68

Georgia Gas Savings's Gold Tier Providers are the best of the best in Georgia gas. These are the best providers over the past year at providing customers and communities great service, stellar customer service, and top of the line resources, just to name a few things. When you select one of these providers, know you're choosing from among the best options in the Georgia gas market.

  • Rating Overall
  • 4.68
  • Communications
  • 3.62
  • Community
  • 5.00
  • Market Perception
  • 5.00
  • Operations
  • 5.00
  • Products
  • 5.00

Compare Georgia Natural Gas ® Rates

Georgia Natural Gas® currently has several plans available on our site.

Our Rate Comparison Page will let you compare all Georgia Natural Gas® Rates

Provider Monthly Fee 12 Month Rate Average All In Rate
Georgia Natural Gas® $5.00 $0.599 $0.719
SCANA Energy $6.00 $0.589 $0.728
XOOM Energy $5.00 $0.529 $0.646
Constellation $6.00 $0.499 $0.638
Gas South $6.00 $0.650 $0.789

Average Rate is based on 50 therms usage per month. Rates as of June 22, 2024 at 09:08 PM CDT

Moving? How to Start Georgia Natural Gas® Service in Georgia

Start GNG Service

If you're moving to Georgia, it's important to know that Georgia is a deregulated natural gas market. Which means you can compare, shop and order some of the lowest natural gas prices in the US. If you're moving to a deregulated area, you can use Georgia Gas Savings to compare and order an affordable rate.

You shopped for your mortgage, cellphone, internet, insurance and credit cards, and now you can shop for your Georgia gas provider. Natural gas companies compete for your business in Georgia Your natural gas is delivered by your local utility company, Atlanta Gas Light. AGL reads your meter, maintains the pipes and responds when there's a problem with your natural gas service. All you have to do is pick a plan, sign up and we'll handle the rest.

Simply enter your zip code to compare natural gas plans then select your move-in date during the checkout process. You'll receive a confirmation email and an order id to track your new service connection.

How to Read Your Georgia Natural Gas® Bill

GNG Sample Bill

  1. Past Due Amount
    Past due charges are due immediately and subject to a Late Charges

  2. Prior and Current Readings
    Readings from your gas meter. The prior reading is only an estimate, whereas the current reading is the actual gas your meter shows you used during the current billing period.

    CCF Used
    The actual gas your meter shows you used during the current billing period, stated in hundreds of cubic feet.

    BTU Factor
    A measure of energy in British Thermal Units (BTUs) that is used as a conversion factor to calculate in Therms the amount of gas you consumed. Therms
    The amount of gas you consumed (CCF used) multiplied by a BTU conversion factor. (One thermal unit equals 100,000 BTUs.) P

    Price Per Therm

    The price you pay per therm of gas consumed.

    Dedicated Design Day Capacity is the amount of space reserved in the pipeline for gas needed to serve your premises on the coldest day of the year. Your DDDC is used to calculate your AGLC Base Charge.

    Price Plan
    Your GNG Price Plan.

  3. AGL Base Charge
    A regulated utility (AGL) charge that's billed through each gas marketer. GNG bills a full base charge regardless of the number of days of service.

    GNG Customer Service Charge
    A charge related to GNG's cost of maintaining and servicing your account. This charge may vary based on a customer's credit criteria, payment history and/or individual service requirements.
    GNG assesses a full customer service charge for each service period regardless of the number of days of service.

    Gas Charges

    The charge for gas used during the service period. The gas charge can vary based on the quantity of gas used and the price per therm for the service period.

    Sales Tax

    As required by state law, sales tax will be applied to all charges except Late Charges.

  4. Remittance Coupon
    When paying by mail, the remittance coupon must be completed and mailed with your payment.

Frequently Asked Questions - Georgia Natural Gas®

What rewards and promotions does Georgia Natural Gas® offer?

Georgia Natural Gas® Perks

  • Bill Credits for going paperless.
  • Greener Life FREE -- so you can feel good knowing your natural gas usage has net-zero impact on the environment.
  • Discount tickets to local venues and attractions.
  • AAA member discounts and new member benefits

How is Georgia Natural Gas® Rated by other agencies?

Georgia Natural Gas® is a Top Ranked provider as ranked by

They've also received a JD Power score of 687 in 2013 (the last year of JD Power Ratings in Georgia). The company has an A+ rating with the BBB, and consistently ranks amongst the lowest complaints received with the Georgia PUC.

2019 GeorgiaGasSavings Ratings 2013 JD Power Ratings 2019 Better Business Bureau
5 Stars 687 A+

How do I get the Cheapest Natural Gas® Rate?

We've created a step by step guide to help you get the cheapest natural gas rate in Georgia.

There are three basic steps

  1. Understand your Georgia Natural Gas® usage
  2. Know your credit rating
  3. Understand AGL (Atlanta Gas Light) Base Charges and Fees

All Georgia Natural Gas® Plans

Atlanta Gas Light

  • Plan Name
  • Price
  • MRC
    The 'Monthly Recurring Charge' is a fee that the provider will add to each of your bills in addition to the electricity/gas usage charges.
  • Term
  • Type
12-Month Fixed
$5.99 to 8.99 monthly recurring charge
Fixed Rate Non-Renewable
Market Intro
$0.00 monthly recurring charge
Intro Rate Non-Renewable
24-Month Fixed
$6.99 to 9.99 monthly recurring charge
Fixed Rate Non-Renewable
6-Month Fixed
$4.99 to 7.99 monthly recurring charge
Fixed Rate Non-Renewable
Guaranteed Bill Plan
$0.00 monthly recurring charge
Flat Bill Non-Renewable
18-Month Fixed
$6.99 to 9.99 monthly recurring charge
Fixed Rate Non-Renewable
Variable Select
$3.99 to 6.99 monthly recurring charge
Variable Rate Non-Renewable
$8.99 monthly recurring charge
Pre-paid Non-Renewable

News Articles About Georgia Natural Gas®

Top 10 Packing Tips for Your GA Move

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Prepare for Your GA Move

A move across town or across the state is often a confusing ordeal. Let us help you put it all together with our moving tips.
When you relocate your home, it often feels like your life has come apart. Let us help you put it all together with these packing tips to keep your move organized and simple.

Moving can be stressful, whether it takes you out of state or just around the corner. We want to make things easier on you. This includes helping you move your natural gas in Georgia. So, here are the top packing tips for your GA move.

Pack Smarter with 7 Top Tips

Packing for a move is always more complicated than you think. So, make the process easier with some great tips!

  1. Start with a solid foundation and get uniform boxes. You’ll need a few sizes, but for the boxes to stack neatly and safely, uniform boxes beat an assorted collection of delivery boxes.
  2. Pack hanging clothes on hangers. This makes packing and unpacking way faster!
  3. Declutter while you’re packing and you’ll have less to pack and unpack. This only works if you give yourself a little extra time. So don’t wait until the last minute.
  4. Label everything on multiple sides with a thick marker. No matter how a box gets packed, you want it to be easy to find the label when unpacking. Be specific about the contents and where boxes go at the new place.
  5. Don’t move empty space. Fill extra space in your boxes and drawers with unbreakable items like clothes, pillows, towels, blankets, coats, etc.
  6. Pack irreplaceable or important items together so you can easily keep track of them.
  7. If you are moving with kids, pack a special box for each of them to open quickly in your new home. Include comfort items, a change of clothes, some toys, even pajamas. In other words, everything they need to avoid rummaging through a dozen boxes.

How to Move Your Natural Gas in Georgia

Our last few tips are about the process of moving your natural gas. With so much happening on moving day, utilities might be an afterthought. So, take care of natural gas in your new home before your move and avoid delays in service!

  1. Check what plans and natural gas providers are available in your new zip code. Weigh your options and decide whether to transfer your current service or switch gas plans.
  2. Call your current natural gas supplier at least 10 days before your move. This is important to transition your current plan and service to the new place.
  3. Schedule a final meter reading to avoid charges for gas use at your old address after you move.

Natural gas providers in Georgia have different incentives to get you to switch or transfer your service when you move. For example, Georgia Natural Gas® offers a $25 credit for you to keep your services with them. It’s also possible an early termination fee could apply if you cancel services when you move.

Easily find and compare natural gas plans available at your new home when you visit

Best Low Cost Natural Gas in Stone Mountain

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Get Low Cost Natural Gas This Spring

Shop low cost natural gas plans in Georgia this spring. Find the best plan that saves you the most money now!
Compare these cheap natural gas plans so you can get the best low cost deal for your home in Stone Mountain, GA.

Springtime in Georgia means the days of high heating bills are out the window. But do you want to save even more on natural gas? Spring is a great time to shop Georgia gas prices. Comfortable temperatures lower demand and can bring gas prices down, too. Let’s look at the best low-cost natural gas in Stone Mountain today.

Low Cost Variable Plans in Stone Mountain

Variable plan rates change each month and are often pricier than fixed rate plans. However, you can find extremely low introductory rates to get you through a month or two.

The Gas South Acquisition Variable plan is first on the list. It has $0.290 per therm rate and a $6.95-$9.95 monthly charge. Also get $20 in bill credits. Lastly, there is no deposit. That keeps up to $150 in your pocket!

Next up is the Scana Energy Introductory Variable Rate plan. It has a $0.299 per therm rate and a $5.95 monthly charge. The provider also offers a $5 credit on your first 10 bills, but you pay a much higher standard variable rate for most of that time.

Finally, it’s the Georgia Natural Gas® Market Intro plan. It has a $0.299 per therm rate. The low rate of this plan lasts for two months rather than one like the plans above. The provider also waves the monthly charge for these two months.

Stone Mountain Low Cost Fixed Rate Plans

Fixed rate plans are the better route for most people looking for natural gas for more than a month or two. The rates on these plans are locked in for the term. A longer plan is great for homeowners. Alternatively, a 6 month plan can be the perfect option for students or renters!

Firstly, the Xoom SureLock 24 has a $0.429 per therm rate, a $200 ETF, and a $5.85 monthly charge.

There is also the Constellation 12 Month Home Natural Gas Plan. It has a $0.519 per therm rate, a $150 ETF, and a $7.95 monthly charge.

Finally, there is the Georgia Natural Gas® 6 Month Fixed plan. It has a $0.549 per therm rate, a $50 ETF, and a $4.99-$9.99 monthly charge.

Comparing Plans by Monthly Costs

Now, let’s estimate and compare some monthly costs. According to the PSC, the average residential customer uses about 47 therms of gas each month. Our estimates include supply costs for an average costumer plus the lowest monthly charge for each supplier.

Variable Rate Plans
Gas South: $20.58 Scana Energy: $20.00 Georgia Natural Gas®: $14.05
Fixed Rate Plans
Xoom: $26.01 Constellation: $32.34 Georgia Natural Gas®: $30.79

True, variable plans with low intro rates have the edge. However, remember that after the promo period, variable rate plans switch to the provider’s standard variable rate. Check out the monthly costs with standard variable rates below.

Variable Plans After Promo
Gas South: $93.90 Scana Energy: $95.20 Georgia Natural Gas®: $95.59

Once you exit the promotional period, variable rate plans cost three times more than fixed rate plans each month! So, with a variable rate plan, switch to a fixed rate before the end of the introductory period.

Save More with Fixed Rate Plans

From these plans, the Xoom SureLock 24 plan offers the best opportunity to save on your gas bill for 2 whole years. However, a long fixed rate contract might not hit the mark for you. The Georgia Natural Gas® Market Intro plan is a stellar option for two months of savings while you shop for the best fixed rate deal. Get your low-cost plan now at