Fitzgerald Water Light and Bond Commission, the municipal utility provider in Fitzgerald and Ben Hill County, distributes electricity , natural gas, propane gas and water to residential, commercial and industrial customers within its territorial limits. Its goal is to serve its customers with professionally-trained employees providing safe, reliable and affordable utilities.
As part of Georgia’s modern integrated electrical transmission system, Ben Hill County has excellent ability to supply industrial demands. Fitzgerald Utilities, governed by the Fitzgerald Water Light and Bond Commission, purchases power from MEAG and serves Fitzgerald through four substations with over 200 miles of 12.47 KV lines supplied from a 115, 000 volt transmission network.
With a diverse generation portfolio and available capacity and energy, Fitzgerald Utilities can offer a stable and Competitive electric rate for industrial and commercial customers. If demands exceeds 900 KW, the customer has a choice of electric supplier. Alternate suppliers: Georgia Power and Irwin EMC.
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