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Georgia Energy Industry Licensing

Licensing requirements for energy industry companies in Georgia.

This page provides an overview of energy industry licensing in Georgia for businesses. You will find state requirements, application fees, ongoing reporting due dates, and more. For assistance with licensing, please contact us to learn about our software and managed license services.

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Georgia Energy Company Licenses

Georgia Electricity Broker License

Not required



Electricity Agent/Aggregator, Broker, or Consultant licensure is not required on the State level in Georgia.

Georgia Electricity Supplier License

Not required



Electricity Supplier licensure is not required on the State level in Georgia.

Georgia limits competitive electric supply to commercial and industrial customers, but does not issue licenses for those suppliers.

Georgia Natural Gas Broker License

Not required



Natural Gas Agent/Aggregator, Broker, or Consultant licensure is not required on the State level in Georgia.

Georgia Natural Gas Marketer Certificate of Authority

Agency:Georgia Public Service Commission

Initial Registration

Notes:

See the rules regarding marketer certification for information on applying.

Renewal Not Required

Not required



Certificates of authority do not need to be renewed, but marketers must meet ongoing reporting requirements to maintain their good standing. 

Supplemental Reporting
Monthly Report

Agency Fee:

$0

Due:

On or before the 20th day of each month with data for the preceding month.

Notes:

A marketer must file with the Commission monthly reports as required by the Commission’s Order in Docket No. 8390-U, providing the following: Composite sales volume and average revenue data by type of customer and delivery group; number of residential customers; number of commercial customers; number of industrial customers (to the extent these customers have firm service demands); total number of customers; therms delivered to commercial customers; therms delivered to industrial customers (to the extent the therms delivered are not interruptible); total therms delivered in firm service to customers; total therms purchased from suppliers for firm customer demands.

Fact Checked:9/11/20
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