True Natural Gas: A Subsidiary of Coweta-Fayette EMC
- Headquarters: Palmetto, Georgia
- Subsidiary of Coweta-Fayette EMC
- Markets served: Northern and southeastern Georgia
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True Natural Gas, previously known as Coweta-Fayette EMC Natural Gas, is a Georgia gas marketer. True Natural Gas' parent company is a consumer-owned electric cooperative. It has 70,000 customers in eight Georgia counties.
Learn more about natural gas supply in Georgia
This gas marketer operates within Atlanta Gas Light's service area. Atlanta Gas Light, also called AGL, is a utility. For consumers in AGL's service area, AGL is automatically your utility. A utility is in charge of natural gas delivery, making sure that gas travels successfully from storage facilities to Georgia homes and businesses. While utilities make sure end users have gas service, they are also in charge of maintaining the gas pipes. If you smell natural gas or are worried about a gas leak, immediately call AGL.
Compare natural gas rates for supply
While AGL is in charge of natural gas shipment, consumers have the option to shop different marketers to find the supply prices that are best for their home or business. Consumers can choose True Natural Gas rates or rates from a different marketer.
Both fixed and variable True Natural Gas rates for supply are available. Fixed gas supply prices are consistent for an entire service term. These supply prices are useful for consumers who want a more predictable energy bill. The only changes in a bill each month will be due to fluctuations in natural gas usage.
Variable natural gas supply prices are less predictable than fixed supply prices and they aren't protected from the ever-changing nature of the energy market. Natural gas supply prices are subject to change due to common increases and decreases in supply and demand. Variable supply prices reflect these increases and decreases.
Understanding bill payment
True Natural Gas also offers a variety of payment options. For those who don't want to have to remember payment deadlines, automatic bank draft or automatic credit card draft may be a good option. These services automatically deduct bill payments to zero out the balance instead of having consumers manually pay a bill each month. Other payment methods are available as well.