Business FlatBill®

Rate Overview

Georgia Power’s FlatBill gives you predictability in your monthly electric bill. We know that all of our customers are different, and we want to make sure we offer rates that fit your business. On FlatBill you pay the same amount every month, for a whole year. FlatBill means NO SUPRISES. FlatBill looks at your bills for the last 12 months, the expected weather for the upcoming 12 months, and predicted changes in energy use, and then creates a custom FlatBill offer for qualified business customers.

To sign up for commercial FlatBill, call 1-888-655-5888.

Qualifications

  • You must be a Georgia Power customer on a General Service rate
  • You must have 12 months of active service and no cut for non-pay
  • You must not have more than 3,000 kWh usage in a month

How the rate works

FlatBill is a 12-month contracted rate plan whereby Georgia Power agrees to offer you a fixed monthly bill regardless of your usage during the period, and you agree to pay that amount. No rising bills during summer's heat or winter's cold - just one flat amount. Best of all, the FlatBill dollar amount is customized and considers your actual past electricity usage and expected weather for the upcoming 12 months. Your FlatBill offer includes an additional amount to guarantee no change in your payment due to fluctuations in usage.

At the end of your 12-month FlatBill period, you'll receive a new FlatBill offer for the next year. The new offer amount will be based upon your actual usage during your prior 12 months and projected usage for the next 12 months if you remain on FlatBill. There's no true-up settlement or deferred amount to pay at the conclusion of your annual contract. That means no surprise payment at the end!

If you terminate the program before the end of the contract, you may be responsible for a settlement amount. Specifically, if the amount of electricity you actually used results in a billing amount under the commercial rate that is greater than the amount for which you have been billed under the FlatBill program, you must pay that difference. But if you fulfill the annual contract, there is no settlement to pay.