If you use natural gas and your business experiences curtailment periods by your utility, propane can be used for peak shaving, as a standby fuel. Our curtailment gas delivery will provide your commercial operation with a reliable solution if you experience a natural gas delivery interruption while enabling you to use propane appliances as needed.
A commercial or industrial natural gas utility customer can choose to be an “interruptible” customer to get lower natural gas rates. Those savings, however, come with a downside: Your natural gas service is subject to being interrupted during times of peak energy usage. That interruption brings your project or operation to a screeching halt.
There is no way to know how long that interruption will be. It usually depends on the weather but can also be caused and impacted by other things like a natural disaster.
Propane curtailment gas services from Georgia Gas Distributors offer many advantages to “interruptible” natural gas commercial customers.
Propane is one of the safest energy sources on the market, and we provide FREE training in propane safety, so you and your employees learn propane safety best practices.
When increased demand leads to the need for standby gas, we’ll have your commercial operation ready to go, so your customers and employees won’t miss a beat.
With our regularly scheduled curtailment-system inspections, you can be assured that you won’t run into any obstacles when the time to use curtailment gas arrives.
Propane appliances and equipment are a cost-effective way to keep your operation going.
Because Georgia Gas Distributors only serves commercial and industrial customers, we have the knowledge and focus to take care of your curtailment gas needs.
Take a look at how propane compares with other energy sources, including electricity and natural gas. Propane’s overall efficiency and the convenience of storing it on-site are just a couple of the factors that make this smart fuel stand out above the rest.
Contact us to learn more about curtailment gas. It’s important to your business that you have a backup plan in place.