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Electric Vehicles

Georgia Power is excited about what the growing electric vehicle (EV) market offers our consumers. Electric transportation can help customers save money on fuel and maintenance costs, and reduce their environmental impact. As a domestic source of energy, electric transportation can contribute to our nation's energy independence.

Georgia Power Electric Drive Events

Visit Georgia Power's Drive Electric tent at these events to learn more about electric vehicles and chargers:

  • TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola - Thursday 9/11 - Sunday 9/14
  • Atlantic Station - Saturday 9/13, 11:00am - 3:00pm at Atlantic Station Central Park
  • Braves game - Wednesday 9/17, 4:30 - 7:00pm at Braves Pavers Area
    (meet former Braves relief pitcher Greg McMichael from 5:45pm-6:45pm)
  • Falcons game - Thursday 9/18, 6:00pm - 8:00pm at Falcons Landing
    (get a Falcon-themed photograph of yourself, free food & give-a-ways)
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Three Types of Electric Vehicles

Electric vehicles all have batteries and need to be plugged in to charge. There are three different types of electric vehicles: the battery electric vehicle (BEV), the plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV), and the extended-range electric vehicle (EREV). However, all electric vehicles need to be plugged in to recharge.
Learn the Options


Charging At Home

There are two options for charging your EV at home, and it's easy to get set up with either Level 1 or Level 2 charging.
See Which Option You Prefer


Charging Around Town

While most charging will probably occur at home, some employers and retailers have installed charging infrastructures.
See Your Charging Options


What Rate Plan Is Best
for You?

As an electric car owner, you might wonder if you should change your rate plan now that your energy usage may increase. Learn about the three whole-house rate options Georgia Power offers to customers with plug-in electric vehicles.
Read More About Rates


Electric Vehicles
and the Grid

Electric vehicles can reduce greenhouse gas emissions. We support using cleaner energy and encourage our customers to do the same. Learn how we make sure our customers who own electric vehicles have the power they need to recharge.
Learn More About the Grid

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Details for Dealerships

Georgia Power is glad to partner with dealers across the state to provide automotive dealers with helpful energy-related information that they can share with prospective buyers.
Learn More

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Electric Vehicle Questions? We Have Answers

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Get answers to the most common electric vehicle questions.
Visit EV FAQs

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We encourage all our customers to consider the benefits of owning an EV, and we're here to help with any questions you may have.
Contact Us

EV Savings

Find out how much money and greenhouse gas emissions you could save annually by switching to an electric vehicle.

Calculate the Savings

Plug-In Electric Vehicle Calculator

Let's get started by selecting your type of plug-in vehicle

  • Chevy Volt
    Chevy Volt - Assumptions
    Battery 16 kWh
    Usability 10 kWh
    equals 3.4 Miles 1 kWh
    Electric miles 35
    MPG on gasoline 37
    Level 1 1.44 kW
    Level 2 3.3 kW
  • Mitsubishi iMiEV
    Mitsubishi iMiEV - Assumptions
    Battery 16 kWh
    Usability 15 kWh
    equals 3.4 Miles 1 kWh
    Electric miles 52
    Level 1 1.44 kW
    Level 2 3.3 kW
  • Ford Focus
    Ford Focus - Assumptions
    Battery 23 kWh
    Usability 21 kWh
    equals 3.4 Miles 1 kWh
    Electric miles 72
    Level 1 1.44 kW
    Level 2 6.6 kW
  • Nissan Leaf
    Nissan Leaf - Assumptions
    Battery 24 kWh
    Usability 22 kWh
    equals 3.4 Miles 1 kWh
    Electric miles 75
    Level 1 1.44 kW
    Level 2 3.3 kW
  • Tesla Model S
    Tesla Model S - Assumptions
    Battery 60 kWh
    Usability 55 kWh
    equals 3.4 Miles 1 kWh
    Electric miles 188
    Level 1 1.88 kW
    Level 2 10 kW

Tell us about a car you would like to compare with the plug-in vehicle:

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At what time of day do you start charging your vehicle?

The most cost effective time to charge your car is between 11PM-7AM on the PEV rate.

This calculator is intended for information only and focuses on the vehicle usage, not household usage. For a better understanding of the whole-house functionality of the Plug-in Electric Vehicle Rate, including how your behavior can affect your bill, please click here.

Ready to charge your car at night and get savings with the PEV rate?

To sign up by phone, call 1-888-660-5890.

Questions about Electric Vehicles or the PEV rate?
Email us at Electric Vehicles

Reset PEV Tool

PEV usage chart

PEV usage chart

Annual Charging Cost PEV Rate vs. standard RES rate.

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PEV usage chart

Annual Fuel Cost

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Greenhouse Gas Emissions (lbs / year)

Plug-in Electric Vehicle vs. Traditional vehicle Comparisons

EV FAQs

Get answers to the most common electric vehicle questions.

Did You Know?


If 60% of U.S. vehicles were powered with electricity, there would be a 1/3 reduction in the amount of greenhouse gas emissions emitted by U.S. transportation. (Source: Natural Resources Defense Council).

Learn more about plug-in electric vehicles.

Did You Know?

Since 2000, Georgia Power volunteer teams have donated more than $1 million to the March of Dimes. Learn more about our charitable giving.


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