As we work daily to provide reliable, affordable electricity to our customers, three values serve as the foundation of our environmental commitment: solutions, balance and environmental stewardship.
As stewards of our environment, we at Georgia Power value providing our customers with ways they too can care for our natural world. In addition to helping our customers use electricity more efficiently, we also make information available on emerging technologies such as electric vehicles and solar energy that help us all reduce our carbon footprint. Please read below to learn what you can do to practice environmental stewardship.
Georgia Power created EarthCents, which provides energy efficiency information and programs to help our customers save money, use energy efficiently and help the environment.
Tips for Saving Energy at Home
Looking for ways to save energy and money at home? Check out our helpful energy conservation information. We'll show you how to be more efficient room by room, how small adjustments in your thermostat can add up to big savings, and what home improvements to consider to become more energy efficient.
Is solar right for you? Learn the basics of residential solar energy, including the related costs and installation information. In addition, find out about Georgia Power's current solar research projects and answers to the most frequently asked solar questions.
Green Energy Program
Show your commitment to helping the environment without leaving the house. Learn more about Georgia Power's Green Energy Program, and join a growing community of Georgians who support our environment and help generate more renewable power in Georgia.
Electric transportation can help customers save money on fuel and maintenance costs, reduce their environmental impact and contribute to our nation's energy security. Electric vehicles come in a variety of makes, models and price points, so chances are there is an EV that is perfect for you.
Did You Know?
Georgia Power is committed to lessening the environmental impact of traditional energy resources. See our latest energy advancements.
Electrical accidents are the third leading cause of death in the workplace. At Georgia Power, zero accidents is our goal. Learn More
Our online Energy Checkup uses your actual power bills to measure how you use energy and help you find ways to save money. Start Now
Did You Know?
Georgia Power serves 2.4 million customers in all but four of Georgia's 159 counties.
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