A Different Kind of Energy

At Georgia Power, we work to make Georgia the best home for everyone. We do it by helping to preserve our state’s economic vitality through our five focus areas of giving – education, arts, environmental, civic and community engagement, and health and human services.

Mapping Our Impact

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Georgia Power is dedicated to giving back to the communities we serve. That's why certain 501(c)(3) organizations can apply for a Georgia Power grant. Preference is given to Georgia-based organizations with goals to improve the quality of life of Georgia's residents. Find out if you qualify.

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Georgia Power, the nonprofit organization Voices for Georgia’s Children, and other notable Georgia businesses partnered to support the ninth annual Georgia Pre-K Week across the state from Oct. 7-11. During the weeklong celebration, Pre-K centers opened their doors to elected officials, businesses and community leaders to experience firsthand the high-quality education taking place in classrooms every day. In 2018, Georgia Power employees read to more than 92 pre-k classes including approximately 2,000 students as a part of Pre-K Week.

Community News

2018: $22 million invested

With the Georgia Power Foundation, we donated more than $22 million to initiatives across the state. 

Georgia Power receives Corporate Responsibility Award

The Chairman's Circle Corporate Responsibility Award recognizes a company for its commitment in making a difference in the Atlanta community.

2018 Citizenship Report

See how, together with our employees and retirees, we helped build a brighter future for our communities in 2018.

Final major module arrives onsite

All 1,485 major modules required to complete construction of the Vogtle 3 & 4 units have now been safely delivered.

Georgia Power salutes veterans

Employee and veteran Michael Bozydaj explains what Veterans Day means to him.

Georgia Power to own and operate 80 MW of battery energy storage

Georgia Public Service Commission approves 20-year plan to meet the state’s future energy needs.