Sizing Up the Best Rate for Your Business
No matter how small your business is, providing you with safe, reliable, low-cost electricity is important. Customers on our Small Business rates use less than
30 kW of energy and typically are mom-and-pop grocery stores or restaurants, gas stations, small churches, boutiques or other small commercial stores in a shopping center.
For smaller customers that use less than 3,000 kWh monthly and have a maximum demand of 30 kW or less.
For customers that have been in their current business the previous 12 months and use less than 3,000 kWh monthly and have a maximum 30-minute measured demand of less than 30 kW.
For all temporary service less than 12 months, recurring seasonal operations, or full-year usage that is sporadic or unusual.
For customers with a maximum demand of less than 30 kW. The Power and Light rates (PL Small, PL Medium and PL Large) are the most common among Georgia Power's commercial and industrial customers. Additional understanding on Power & Light information
For smaller customers that have shorter hours of operation or the ability to shift usage away from the summer peak period of 2 to 7 p.m. weekdays, June - September.
For accounts that use less than 3,000 kWh monthly, have a maximum 30-minute measured demand of less than 30 kW, and do not require the installation of metering equipment and service drops, such that the monthly energy and demand may be estimated by Georgia Power. These accounts (defined under the North American Classification System) must be classified as:
- NAICS 515 for industries in the broadcasting (except Internet) subsector.
- NAICS 517 for industries in the telecommunications subsector.
- NAICS 518 for industries in the Internet service providers, Web search portals, and data processing services subsector.