A tariff is a legal document that specifies the charges, terms and conditions under which Chattanooga Gas provides service to its customers.
Chattanooga Gas Company received approval from the Tennessee Public Utility Commission on Monday, October 15, to increase customer rates for the first time in eight years. For the typical residential customer, the rate increase is approximately $1.00 per month, or 2.25%. Commercial customers have a similar increase. New rates took effect November 1, 2018.
Natural gas prices remain at historically low levels. Customers pay less now for natural gas priced at $0.46 per therm as compared to $0.58 per therm in 2017. As compared to peak prices in 2008 which reached $1.20 per therm, natural gas remains a good value for customers.