Georgia Power is intricately linked to the natural environment through our business operations and infrastructure, our dedication to customers, and our commitment to making Georgia a great place to live and conduct business.
As one of the state’s largest private landowners, land managers, and recreational providers, our footprint spans across Georgia from mountains to coast and encompasses many of the state’s unique natural features. Our customers and neighbors are connected to the environment and they demand that we provide clean, safe, reliable, and affordable electricity while balancing the needs of a growing economy with protection of our shared natural heritage.
As “Citizens Wherever We Serve,” we are dedicated to preserving, protecting, and enhancing those things that make our communities and surroundings great not only for the present, but for many generations to come.
Our parent company, Southern Company, is guided by a set of tenets known as “Our Values,” one of which is to exemplify Superior Performance through “our commitment to environmental stewardship.”
Georgia Power’s Conservation Plan is based on three pillars:
- Increase regulatory certainty and minimize business risk
- Enhance credibility with our customers, regulators, conservation partners, and with the public
- Enhance the long-term economic sustainability of Georgia and Georgia Power
This strategy describes Georgia Power’s continuing approach to natural resource conservation in support of the Southern Company’s commitment.