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Atmos Energy Partners with Mississippi State University for Clean Energy Apartment Complex
Perspectives
Environment
September 25, 2019
Atmos Energy and Mississippi State University (MSU) teamed up with apartment developer Greystar and Blue Sky Power to build the $67 million College View Apartments.
One Click Payment is an example of innovation and superior customer service
Perspectives
Customer Service
September 17, 2019

One Click Payment was recently introduced to customers throughout the eight states served by Atmos Energy. Customers can now submit their monthly payment with a simple click of their smartphone. The concept was developed in 2018 as a result of meetings with four different customer focus groups, to discuss customer service concepts around appointments, web site usage and ways to make bill paying more convenient.

Atmos Energy donates $50,000 to Refill Initiative
Perspectives
Community
September 5, 2019

Atmos Energy provided $50,000 to a jobs-training facility in the only state capital the company serves.

“I am very excited about the Refill Jackson Initiative that will bring new life to this area and new opportunity to young people in Jackson,” said Mississippi Division President David Gates.

Atmos Energy Partners with Lubbock Fire Rescue and American Red Cross to Install Smoke Alarms
Perspectives
Safety
September 3, 2019

As reported by FOX34 News in Lubbock, TX, Atmos Energy partnered with Lubbock Fire Rescue and the American Red Cross to share important fire prevention information and install smoke alarms in City of Lubbock homes.  

Atmos Energy donates $50,000 to Habitat for Humanity of Montezuma County
Perspectives
Community
September 3, 2019

Story Courtesy of: Durango Herald

Atmos Energy recently donated $50,000 to help Habitat for Humanity of Montezuma County build a more energy-efficient home.

Innovation: Meter Reading with Smartphones Going Companywide
Perspectives
Safety
August 27, 2019
Even though Atmos Energy has more than 1 million wireless meter reading customers, there are still more than 2 million whose meters must be manually read each month.