Save Money & Energy

Look to natural gas when it comes to being energy and savings smart.

Smart ways to help you save.

Make Smarter Greener Better® energy decisions. Use our helpful tools to keep more green in your pocket while increasing energy efficiency with natural gas appliances.
 
 
We're proud to be an  ENERGY STAR® partner in our continued commitment to energy efficiency and conservation.

See how your energy use measures up!

Try our Energy Savings Portal today to take advantage of:
  • Comparing your monthly natural gas usage
  • Benchmarking with similar homes in your area
  • Taking a Home Energy Analysis to see how your home uses energy
  • Personalized tips based on your Home Energy Analysis

Try it out here.

Simply use your Southwest Gas account number to join! Have your Southwest Gas bill handy or login to MyAccount for your account number.

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How can I manage my bill?

We have a variety of ways for you to manage your energy use as well as programs and tools to help manage your bill.

Energy Saving Tips

From the chill of winter to the swelter of summer, we help you prepare with smart energy saving tips.
 
  • Set your thermostat at 65-68 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter and 78-80 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer, health permitting. 
  • Install a programmable thermostat and properly program it to follow your schedule. 
  • Dress for the weather even when you’re inside. If it’s cold outside, dress in warm layers. When it’s hot, wear light, loose-fitting clothes.
     

Find more energy-saving tips for your home or business
 
 

Assistance Programs

We’re here to lend a helping hand. If your household is experiencing financial difficulty, there may be federal, state or local programs that can provide assistance with your utility bill.
 
Please dial 2-1-1 and select option 1 then option 9 to speak to a specialist to assist you with funds available in your area or call 877-860-6020 to discuss possible flexible payment options.
 
For information on specific programs in your area click on your state below.
 
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Our Equal Payment Plan can help budget your monthly gas bill. This convenient program offers a fixed monthly payment determined by your estimated annual gas usage.
 

Potential reasons why your natural gas bill may be higher.

Higher Natural Gas Prices

Natural gas prices continue to remain high, according to Federal officials. However, natural gas is still expected to remain one of the lowest utility bills customers will face each month.

Cooler Weather

During winter months, cooler weather means customers are using more natural gas to heat homes and water. During this time, you could save on heating costs by lowering your thermostat between 65°F and 68°F during the day, health permitting, and cooler at night.

Increase In Appliance Usage

Your natural gas appliances work harder during colder weather. This can cause your bill to be higher. For example, water heaters work longer and harder to keep your water hot, which could increase natural gas usage. Similarly, your furnace runs longer to keep your house warm when temperatures outside drop. Also, if you are using your fireplace more for additional heating, are cooking more or have guests at home, your bill could be impacted.

Past Due Amounts

Any past due amount on your current bill will cause it to be higher than normal.
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Southwest Gas Does Not Profit from the Cost of Natural Gas

Southwest Gas purchases natural gas on behalf of customers from the commercial market and passes the cost straight through to customers with no markup or profit.

So you pay what we pay.

 
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Consumer Protections from Rate Volatility

Southwest Gas strives to protect its customers from rate volatility caused by fluctuations in the natural gas market by using various rate mechanisms that are designed to mitigate the amount that customer natural gas bills can increase or decrease due to those fluctuations.

Energy Calculators

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What is a "carbon footprint"? It’s a term used for the carbon emissions produced by everyday activities. Find your carbon footprint by using these energy calculators, and make more informed choices for your home or business.
 

Energy Efficient Homes

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Energy efficient homes are designed to deliver energy savings, making your path to being energy smart a no-brainer.
 
 

Home Weatherization

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Keep your home comfortable for all seasons with our tips on preparing your home for every type of weather.