Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Cooler Weather Brings Heating Decisions -- Public Service Web Site Helps Georgia Consumers Compare and Save on Natural Gas

/PRNewswire/ -- If cold weather hits Georgia as quickly as the flooding rains, consumers will be scrambling to choose a natural gas marketer and price plan that's right for them. Luckily for Georgians, MyNaturalGasCoach.com is a free public service web site to help shop and save on natural gas before the colder weather arrives.

Georgians who live in the Atlanta Gas Light service territory can go to MyNaturalGasCoach.com for information about natural gas marketers and their rates to help make an informed decision and save money when choosing a natural gas marketer. The interactive site helps "coach" consumers with information all on one site, including the following:

-- A convenient list of Georgia's natural gas marketers, plus toll-free
numbers and links to their web sites for price comparison
-- An explanation of variable and fixed price plan options and how
service fees affect your natural gas bill
-- How to read and understand your natural gas bill

It's about choice and saving money. It's important that the consumer know there are options," said Bill Edge, public information officer for the Georgia Public Service Commission. "MyNaturalGasCoach.com is a great source to help everyone learn more about their options in terms of choosing a natural gas marketer."

Consumers can go to the site and take an online "Natural Gas Fitness Test" between now and November 23, 2009, and be automatically entered into the My Natural Gas Coach Sweepstakes to win four tickets to the New Year's Eve Chick-fil-A Football Bowl Game, accommodations at the Buckhead Intercontinental Hotel and a limo for the evening.

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