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The "Georgia Gas Marketers' Pricing" chart provides a central location that allows consumers to compare rate plans that are offered by certificated natural gas marketers. The chart reflects what a typical consumer would pay for natural gas based upon each marketer's pricing plans and allows the consumer to see how the bills compare amongst the various marketers. A "typical customer" is defined on the pricing chart.
The rates are compared in three categories: Senior Citizen Rate Plans (fixed and variable), Variable Rate Plans and Fixed Rate Plans. To qualify for a senior rate plan, the accountholder should be a recipient of Atlanta Gas Light Company's senior citizen discount.
Formulas and definitions are included to help consumers understand how certain calculations are computed, such as those that appear in the "apples-to-apples" column, or to explain the meaning of certain terms.
Links to previously published pricing charts dating back to July 2000, when the chart was first published, are shown in the table below. A monthly link is provided for pricing charts appearing for the current year; while a yearly link is provided in the table on the lower left for previous years. When you click on a yearly link, it reveals monthly pricing charts that were published during that particular year.

2000 Price Charts

July 2000 September 2000 November 2000
August 2000 October 2000 December 2000
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