Helping You Help Your Community

Have you heard about our City, County & EMC Partner Program yet?  As part of our commitment to the communities we serve, we have teamed up with 10 cities, 6 electric membership corporations (EMCs) and one county to bring our customers even more savings.  New and existing customers in these areas can save an extra 2 cents per therm off any of our standard rate plans, for as long as they remain our customer!  These reduced rates have saved our customers over $4 million since the inception of this program in 2007.

Additionally, these partnerships are a great opportunity for us to give back to the community.  Gas South gives a contribution to our partners for each customer that signs up.  To date, we have given our partners about $4.8 million!  Some communities designate the money for a particular project and the EMCs usually use their portion to lower their electricity rates for their customers. For example, the City of Kennesaw put their $100,000 from the program towards renovations at Swift-Cantrell Park.

We are very proud of our Alliance program and hope that you will take advantage of the savings! Please visit our partner page to see if your community has partnered with us.

Author: Phil Weatherly

Phil is Gas South’s Business Development Manager and has been with our company for about five years. Phil has over 23 years of experience in the field of business development. He is responsible for managing our Alliance program and he works externally with key partners to promote Gas South. Currently, Gas South is partnered with 6 electric membership corporations (EMCs), 10 cities in the Metro Atlanta area, and 1 county. Phil earned a bachelor’s degree in Urban Studies and Public Administration, and went on to get his master’s in Public Administration, both at Georgia State University. Phil is a proud supporter of the Boys and Girls Clubs of America and serves on their board in Cobb County.

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