Georgia natural gas guide

Georgia natural gas guide
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Money expert Clark Howard says you should lock your natural gas rates in now, as they are likely to rise in the coming weeks and months.

Which company has the best rate for you? Our monthly update on natural gas rates in Georgia can help you decide…

Here are the low-cost leaders for fixed rate natural gas plans

There are actually two low-cost price leaders this month for fixed rates, according to the Georgia Public Service Commission (GA PSC).

They are Stream Energy and True Natural Gas.

For a one-year plan, Stream and True are advertising .99 and .98 cents/therm, respectively. (This is the PSC’s “Apples to Apples” price)

GA PSC estimates the average customer using 717 therms over 12 months will pay $700 with True Natural Gas and $713 with Stream.

SCANA has special natural gas rates for U.S. military

SCANA is continuing its special offer for all U.S. military. They’re giving a discount on their advertised rate to all active, reserved, retired, disabled and veteran U.S. military service members or their spouses/partners with valid military identification.

Current military customers who are already with SCANA can get the discounted rate without paying an exit fee. They’re also offering up to $100 in bill credits, and they will make a donation to the USO for each new customer. Call SCANA at 1-877-467-2262 for further details about this offer.

Switching your natural gas company is easy and can be done over the phone or online. If you’re ready to renew your contract, your current marketer may even match this month’s low rates listed above.

Happy shopping!

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