We help industrial, school and government customers save money and energy by providing design and turnkey installation of energy-efficient and renewable products. Our team of experts can identify customized, site-specific, energy-saving opportunities to lower your operating costs by installing new, energy-efficient equipment.
Georgia Power offers an extensive project portfolio with our energy efficiency upgrades. We provide oversight and management of the entire project, so you can rest assured that the job will be done right every time, with a high quality of work and equipment.
Through the financing options available, customers can use the savings from decreased energy usage to pay for the equipment improvements. Additionally, we provide full transparency and understanding on how the increased energy efficiency, renewable energy and energy security projects fit within the Georgia Power rate structure and incentive programs.
For more information, contact a Georgia Power Energy Services representative.
Federal, state and military buildings
Schools (K-12) and universities
Grocers and retailers
Storage and warehousing
We also offer energy audits, power quality investigations and premium services for our business, organization, or state and federal customers in order to help you lower operating costs, reduce your carbon footprint and prepare your facility for the future.Learn More About Premium Services
Carroll County Schools partnered with Energy Services to upgrade its facilities and save money. It upgraded 23 schools to include new high efficiency lighting, kitchen equipment, air conditioning equipment, water conservation measures and building controls. These upgrades generated both energy savings and $65,000 in Commercial Energy Efficiency rebates, allowing Carroll County Schools to pay for the upgrades in less than 10 years.
An audit can be performed to determine the benefits of upgrading equipment, installing system controls or integrating renewable energy sources. Please use the contact link above to get more information about an audit.
Energy conservation projects can either be self-funded or financed through a third party. Through the Energy Savings Program, a number of financial institutions are available to provide low-cost financing for up to 20 years based on the projected energy savings of the project, so institutional customers will not need capital funding.