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The Georgia Public Service Commission has approved SCANA Energy as the Regulated Natural Gas Provider to offer natural gas to low-income consumers as well as customers who are unable to get natural gas service from other marketers. The links on this page will take you to information on signing up for the service, eligibility requirements and background information on the Regulated Provider.Read more
Through its Community Action Agencies, the Department of Human Resources began qualifying customers for the Regulated Provider Program on September 16, 2002. Qualifications for the Regulated Provider Program are performed year round. The only requirement to qualify for the program as a high-risk (Group 2) consumer is the inability to obtain or maintain gas service from another marketer. The Reg...
In 1997, the General Assembly adopted a new regulatory model for natural gas distribution companies in which competitive marketers have an opportunity to provide natural gas services to Georgia consumers. The General Assembly found market-based competition as the best mechanism for selecting and providing natural gas services at the most efficient price.Read more
The Georgia Public Service Commission monitors and participates in those proceedings before federal regulatory agencies that may have an impact on Georgia utilities and their ratepayers.Read more
Some gas marketers may choose not to continue to do business in our state. In these situations customers are transferred to another marketer, randomly assigned to the remaining marketers or an interim pooler. The Commission selects an interim pooler from the list of certificated marketers that bid to perform this service for a period of one year. &nbs...