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Winter storm restoration ends
Restoration continues under clear skies
Restoration effort resonates on social media
Georgia Power wins EPRI tech award
Serving Starbucks: Georgia Power brings West Coast cool to Augusta
Georgia Power hosts diversity summit
Georgia Power mentioned among best utility tweets in January
2013 osprey nests a success for Georgia Power
Crews roll north for ice restoration
Georgia Power honors Dr. King and Southern Style winner
Georgia’s first lady enjoys Learning Power program
Georgia Power sponsors ADL 'No Place for Hate Summit
Georgia Power joins GEMA, other agencies for Winter Preparedness chat
Georgia Power sets new winter peak
Georgia Power honored by Keep Georgia Beautiful
2013 Renew Our Rivers Campaign
Georgia Power calls for solar power bids
GP's Larry Monroe named one of the industry’s most influential people
Georgia Power and Fort Gordon partner for success
Arkansas ice disaster a no-show
Employee Resource Group mentoring programs help employees excel
Barron named supply chain VP
Critical reactor module placed at Vogtle 3
Safety, efficiency messages delivered at ag expo
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