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Deregulated Natural Gas Prices for Georgia
Comparison of natural gas offers are below. Save money at home.
By default, the suppliers are sorted by the number of customers signed on this site.
Atlanta Gas Light no longer provides default gas supply
The charges you pay to AGL will be the same regardless of which marketer you choose for gas supply. The differences will be in the deregulated charges in the chart above.
The Gas Supply Charge is the part of your bill that will change when you switch suppliers. In Georgia, you have to purchase from a deregulated supplier. Atlanta Gas Light no longer offers default gas supply.
Comparing and deciding among the various offers
It comes down to choosing a fixed versus variable price. If you want to have a knowledgable gas company managing gas supply to get the lowest possible price, choose a variable rate; it's managed by a gas supplier. If you want to be sure of your bills, and think prices are going up, choose a fixed price.
Once you decide on the term, you just have to choose a company that you are comfortable with. Remember that all of these companies are approved to market gas in the Atlanta Gas Light area.
What's included in retail gas prices
If you choose to buy from a gas marketer, your gas service won't change. You will still get a bill from your distributing utility which will indicate a regulated Delivery Charge that goes to the utility, and a Gas Supply Charge that goes to the gas marketer you chose. If you also have rental equipment or a service contract, these will appear as well.
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There are many suppliers with consumer energy rates, natural gas prices and electricity costs in Canada including Direct Energy, OESC (Ontario Energy Savings Corp), AESC, Superior (SEM), Epcor, Enmax, Constellation NewEnergy (CNE), CEG, BCESC, Universal Energy and RiteRate. This information on electricity suppliers and open market rates is valid for Ontario, Alberta, Quebec, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and BC (British Columbia). It covers gas distributed by Enbridge, Union, Kitchener utilities, Kingston, ATCO, Direct Energy Regulated Services, Teresen, Epcor ENMAX and GazMet. Canadian natural gas prices are available for deregulated provinces.
Some US states are deregulated and several have quite active markets. Georgia, Texas, Pennsylvania, Illinois and Ohio are active in 2007 and have the longest history. The most active marketers in Georgia are MX Energy, Georgia Natural Gas, Coweta-Fayette EMC, Gas South, GasKey, Infinite Energy, SCANA, Vectren and Walton EMC.
This price comparison search helps you find the cheapest electricity and cheapest natural gas among Canadian energy companies. While energy price information does not have the sex appeal of TV and electronics, it actually saves you much more money in your personal budget. If you sign a contract for 1 cent less per M3 (which is 27 cents/GJ), you will save about $30 per year. The difference between the highest and lowest price in Ontario is usually 5 cents, so signing with the lowest cost provider will save you $150 per year. Think about this when the door to door marketers and telemarketers talk to you.
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Links to the Hourly Ontario Energy Price HOEP are also available to guage the Ontario power industry. The HOEP is also referred to as the spot market for electricity, and the open market rate. We are working on links to the Alberta electricity power pool
Business customers have many more options for buying natural gas and electricity. They can buy full requirements gas contracts with all of the delivery and compressor fuel charges added, or they can buy naked price contracts based on NYMEX quotes, and pay all of the other charges quoted separately. Electricity can be either a fixed price for every kWh used regardless of timing, or a business can buy a block of electricity to best match their time of use. Business customers can buy from companies such as Coral (Shell Trading), Sempra, CNE, Direct Energy,