Georgia Residential Natural Gas Rates

Georgia residential natural gas customers have more rate options with Infinite Energy than they do with any other marketer.

  • Fixed rates: Freeze your price per therm for 3 months up to 3 years or any term in between.
  • Variable rates: Let your price float with the market on our competitive variable rate for as long or as short a time as you like.
  • Lease Match: Created especially for renters, this plan ends when your lease does! Call us to sign up.
  • Half & Half rates: Not sure if you want a fixed or variable rate? Get the best of both plans by putting half your usage on a fixed rate and the other half on a variable rate.

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Or call us at (877) IVE-GOT GAS (483-4684)

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