Business offices will be closed Monday, January 20 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Please visit one of our Customer Center Kiosks or our website if you need to make a utility payment. Crews will be on standby, so in the event of a utility emergency, please call 731-422-7500. Have a safe holiday.
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Paying your utility bill online or via your mobile device is a convenient, time-saving method.
From billing inquiries to electric outages to payments, stay informed with the JEA mobile phone app currently available for iPhone and Android phones.
With its odorless, colorless, tasteless and non-irritating properties, Carbon Monoxide can be dangerous. Know the signs of CO poisoning to prevent harm.
Contractors must have all applicable and current MU licensing.
The same natural gas we use for home heating, water heating and cooking can also be used as a transportation fuel in motor vehicles. Globally, natural gas powers more than 12 million vehicles on the road today.
Compressed Natural Gas is a greener, more efficient alternative to transportation fuel than gasoline or diesel.
Are you prepared in the event of a utility emergency or disaster? Having an emergency kit in your home is good practice in case an unexpected, disruptive event happens.
Homes, businesses, farms, industries and vehicles all depend on natural gas fuel for many uses.
According to the Tennessee Department of Safety, roadway crashes are the leading cause of occupational fatalities. Heed the safe zone and move over when approaching utility crews.
Propane is the fuel in the portable white cylinders that fuel our grills, but did you know that this clean, domestic energy source can do so much more?
The typical utility bill is full of important messages and helpful information for managing your utility usage.
An empty propane tank is not a good thing. Knowing how to read your tank gauge helps you monitor your fuel level.
Underground utility and telecommunications service lines are buried underground throughout our community. Always call 811 before you dig to prevent unnecessary, damaging dig-ins.
Natural gas is the versatile fuel source that provides convenience, comfort and reliability to millions.
Learn more about basic household utility and broadband problems that may not need immediate attention.
Before it gets to our homes, natural gas must be extracted by production companies, moved into a transmission system and distributed via gas utilities or Local Distribution Companies (LDC’s) like Jackson Energy Authority.
Save paper and the environment when you eliminate your paper bill and go paperless.
Payments can be made at two customer center locations via a friendly cashier, the drive-thru or a self-service kiosk.
Propane gas is colorless and odorless in it’s natural state so for safety reasons a rotten-egg smell is added to aid in detecting leaks.
Progas is not just another propane delivery service, it’s propane service backed by Jackson Energy Authority’s reputation of commitment.
Restoring power following system-wide damage is a methodical, complex process.
Check out Jackson Energy Authority’s most current Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) rates.
Because natural gas is transported through an underground pipeline system, it’s important have an awareness of markers for the pipelines in our community.
Safety is our top priority… in the delivery of natural gas services and in the efforts to communicate the importance of staying safe around natural gas.
Jackson Energy Authority customers enjoy some of the lowest rates in the country. View residential and commercial rates for electricity, natural gas, propane, water, wastewater, cable TV, internet and telephone services.
Starting services with Jackson Energy Authority for your business is a simple process but could require documents, fees or deposits.
Natural gas was produced from the combination of heat and compaction pressure of organic material deep below the earth’s surface.
Knowing how to recognize the signs of a gas leak, what to do if you smell gas and who to call helps with quick, easy response times.